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 →


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 →

Half-way There

You're going along on a road. You know the destination, but the path is foggy. There are so many choices. This has been my NaNoWriMo process. I have a concept. I've begun. I'm on my way; that much I know. I'm seven chapters in and still the direction isn't clear.At this point last year, my... Continue Reading →


The NaNoWriMo Commitment

Deciding to participate in NaNoWriMo is like making a commitment. I take my commitments seriously, for I am loyal to a fault. After having participated last year for the first time, I find myself a bit ambivalent about this go around. Last year, I was super energized, primarily from a place of curiosity. Could I... Continue Reading →


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