13 Take-aways from 2013: HAPPY NEW YEAR!

As the New Year is upon us (be GONE, 2013, don't let the door hit you in the A**!), I'm reflecting on the lessons I learned, the moments that will be remembered, as well as contemplating what's to come. I've made a list of 13... nothing better than writing it all down to flesh out... Continue Reading →


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 24 :Reaching Goals, NaNoWriMo Style

I was turned onto NaNoWriMo by a colleague, who was challenging her Writers' Workshop class to set a writing goal for November in the young adult division; she suggested I participate too, since she knows I love to write novels. I was ambivalent, at first, for two reasons: it occurs during a busy month (Thanksgiving... Continue Reading →


Day 14 Update

Day 14 32k words 3 chapters 106 pages I've been writing for four hours because over the next two days, I won't be able to work much on my novel. I know I should look at these next two days as a reward, which I do and I'm looking forward to them, but I'm also... Continue Reading →


Switching Gears

With more than 50% of my count in and more than 50% of time left to get there, my focus has turned from just trying to get to 50k to trying to complete the first draft of a novel. I have to admit, that I'm completely invested in my characters as they are really taking... Continue Reading →


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