I’m going to start this post with a little personal update. I said at the beginning of this NaNo that I was going to go for a stretch goal, but wouldn’t be disappointed if I didn’t quite make it. Continue reading “Top Ten Hardest Writing Things — and NaNo Debrief”
Yes, this is technically a day early. I know.
But because there won’t be anything posted tomorrow: Welcome to the end of NaNoWriMo. Continue reading “Welcome to the End”
And why you stretch before you go reaching for that metaphor. Continue reading “Sprints and Marathons”
It’s now about halfway through NaNo, give or take a few days. I won’t talk about how many words should or shouldn’t have been written by now. Honestly it doesn’t matter – as long as you’ve learned something new by this point in the month, that’s really the only thing that matters. Continue reading “NaNoWriMo and the Mushy Middle”
First week is done. It’s over now. Time to put it behind you. At this point – brace yourself, I’m about to mention wordcounts – you should have written about 11,669. Continue reading “The First Week is Over”