Post NaNoWriMo: Thank You, Scrivener

So, you've written 50k+ words for NaNoWriMo... NOW WHAT?  It's nearly a month post-contest. I've continued writing. I'm up to 96 K words, about 400 pages in-- 200 ish more to go. Although, now, I really am not mindful of the word count at all; in fact, I just looked it up to provide you... Continue Reading →

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NaNoWriMo 2012: OUT!

Well, I made it through the month of NaNoWriMoing w/ my final count at 65, 256. Not too bad. Not anywhere close to completing my book, but well underway. I'm thinking best seller! 😛 "If you dream it, it will come." The most important lesson I learned is that, even during one of the busiest... Continue Reading →

Day 5: Coffee, Write, Run

Somewhere, I read some suggested rules of successful NaNoWriMo-ing which included writing abundantly, eating healthy, drinking plenty of fluids, sleeping well and exercising. At the time, they all seemed pretty obvious-- good daily practices whether you are writing 1,667 day (or more) or not. Sub-consciously, at first, I've been heeding them. While exercising is not... Continue Reading →

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