NaNoWriMo Wrap-Up

I stumbled upon NaNoWriMo last year when a colleague asked if I'd ever heard of it. "No," I had replied, I hadn't. She couldn't believe it because I write all the time; everyone in my life knows this. Experimenting with her class using the Young Writers' Program, this colleague introduced the competition to her Writers'... Continue Reading →

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Slow and Steady Wins the Race

Dear Blog, I've been neglecting you. See, I've been working on a NaNoWriMo project that isn't going as well as I was hoping. Sure, word-wise, I'm on target, but my book is still just not where I want it to be. Last year at this time, momentum was at an all time high. Obsessed with my... Continue Reading →

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