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Tag Archives: Novel Writing
Just a quick hello to let you know I am still in blog world. August has been an unusually hot and sticky month in my part of the world. The word is humid. I even went to my … Continue reading
My continuing process of what to keep and what to let go, what to work on and what to toss, has brought me full circle back to writing. I’ve heard it said that if you are a writer you live … Continue reading
Physical voice, personality voice, writer’s voice, character’s voice, artist’s voice – all coming out of the same person – but are they all the same? About six years ago, I took several writing classes including a year of novel-writing. The … Continue reading
“Drag your thoughts away from your troubles… by the ears, by the heels, or any other way you can manage it.” ~Mark Twain 10-20-13 You’ve probably noticed that my Posts have been few and far between. Yes, I am on … Continue reading
What’s your opinion of first drafts? Back in October 2012 I hand-wrote my version of the Na No Wri novel. Here’s the past posts if you are interested in knowing more. (My Version of Na No Wri Mo; NaNoWri Week … Continue reading
Some of you might wonder what happened to the 25,000-plus-words-Na No-challenge-novel I wrote in October. Well, I have been busy trying to bring into focus the characters, especially children, in my novel. Read this old book from my great-aunt’s belongings … Continue reading
Made Goal: 25,132 words written during the month of October, 2012. Thanks for all the comments and encouragement this month. I’ll write more on the weekend. Yeah!!
Week 1: 5906 Words Week 2: 5438 Week 3: 5445 The long stretch into Week 4 of my version of the Na No Wri challenge… My goal: 25,000 words in 30 days + 1. WEEK 4 results: Date … Continue reading
Week One: 5906 Words Week Two: 5438 Words October 21, 2012: Week Three Results My version of Na No Wri Mo novel-writing challenge (25,000 words in 30 days). Date … Continue reading