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Monthly Archives: July 2013
It’s the final day of Camp NaNoWriMo. By the end of the day, you should have a 50 thousand word first draft novel written and be completely surprised with what you could accomplish as a writer.
Are you there yet? Is the finish line in sight? Continue reading
“Books are a uniquely portable magic.”
It’s the final week of Camp NaNoWriMo, and those of us taking the 50K first draft novel are into the final gallop towards the finish line.
So here’s some inspiration- Continue reading
The world of publication is changing, and there’s more options available than there used to be for the potential author. Most of us work and play nicely with other children- but evidently some don’t… Continue reading
Have problems with titles? Are you good at titles but stuck on the title for a particular piece?
Well, here’s a tool to help you out. Continue reading
“I want to be an author when I grow up. Am I insane?”
“Yes. Growing up is Highly Overrated. Just be an author.”
Where has the year gone?
We’re galloping towards my 55th birthday on Monday, July 22nd, and it seems like the year is slipping by like lightning. There were lots of things I’d planned to do with this year. Some of them I have- and some of them I haven’t- and to be this far into the year with those things still to do could be a daunting thing.
I’ll tell you a secret though. It isn’t- and it doesn’t have to be. Continue reading