Have you ever had days where you feel like you have a limited number of words in you and once you hit it, you can’t produce anymore? That is me this week. National Novel Writing Month is well under way now and I’ve been meaning to write this blog post, but since I have hit… Continue reading NaNoWriMo Weeks 2 & 3: Survival Tips
Back during NaNoWriMo last year, I came across a post while I was Pincrastinating that said that writing in Comic Sans makes it easier for you to write when you have writer’s block. Oh ho ho, how convenient for me. I was, at the time, experiencing a huge writer’s block. I was desperate, so I… Continue reading Writing “Hacks” – Does Writing in Comic Sans Work?
This November, I completed a novel entitled Gifted. It is a zombie apocalypse novel that came out of absolutely nowhere, but I love it. Here is a small teaser scene in which the main character, Jaz, sees the world outside of the compound for the first time. The abandoned street is even creepier down here and… Continue reading Gifted Excerpt 1
Whew! First week of NaNoWriMo is over! So, how did it go? Did you manage to keep up with the word count? By the end of today, you should be reaching the 5,000 word mark. If you aren't there yet, don't give up! You can still catch up over the weekend! As you move onto… Continue reading Week One: Starting is Hard
Calling all NaNo's! It's the middle of October, and it's time to start gearing up for NaNoWriMo next month! To celebrate, Literature and Latte is putting out a special trial version of their amazing Scrivener software! For all those who have not tried Scrivener, I just gotta say, it is the best writing program I… Continue reading NaNoWriMo: Pre-Season Prep
Camp NaNoWriMo is upon us! And I am stoked! For all you Wrimo's out there who have not heard of Camp NaNo, I'd suggest you get out there and check it out! Basically, what we got going here is another chance at NaNo in a month maybe a little less hectic than our traditional November.… Continue reading Camp NaNoWriMo: A Kick in the Pants