Ray Bradbury once wrote about our hesitation to begin anything because of uncertainty and fear. If we listened to our … More Taking the Chance: Writing Without Planning
For the 16th November in a row, I’m taking on NaNoWriMo*, and for the first time in ages, I’m not sure I can do it.
October wasn’t productive, for good reasons. On top of health and energy issues, two members of my household came down with COVID**, which stressed me out so much that there were days where I didn’t write at all. We’re still under quarantine, and my health is still bad, so it’s possible that I won’t be able to write for NaNoWriMo either.
Continue reading Honoring Our Traditions: Something Is Better Than Nothing
I finished NaNoWriMo in record time this year. I had written 50,000 words by November 23rd and finished my story … More The Unknown Rules to Novel Writing
November 30th is here, and around the world, those who aren’t finished yet are writing like the wind to complete … More NaNoWriMo: The End of the Line
Many people take on the challenge of National Novel Writing Month in the hopes of building a habit of writing daily. … More Writing After November: Building a Habit Despite the Finish Line