Creativity at Work

So, I have completed the first draft of my novel with mostly excitement and a tinge of sadness. I'm going to miss my characters and their story. I am reminded of the preface to David Copperfield where Charles Dickens writes: "I do not find it easy to get sufficiently far away from this Book, in... Continue Reading →

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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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