Happy Saturday, and here’s hoping you had an interesting Friday 13th. I have a ton of NaNoPrep planned for this weekend, but for right now I want to take moment to talk about something near and dear to my heart. Outlining. I touched briefly on it in my last blog post, but I feel like Preptober … More Four Reasons Outlining Improves Stories and Saves Sanity
Who else is excited for Preptober? Hands up if you’re participating in NaNoWriMo this year! I was totally bitten by the bug last year and I am so psyched for this November. Even though I write every day, every month, all year long, it’s great to have one month a year where you kick it … More NaNoWriMo Prep – the Adventure Begins!
September is almost over and what a glorious month it has been! Not for the world in general, obviously – it’s been horrible and the nightmare never ends – but writing-wise it’s been pretty freaking good. I have written 35.179 words this month. That puts me 10.000 words over my monthly goal. That is unprecedented … More Two Ways to Unstick When You’re Stuck
Let me start by saying that it’s my birthday tomorrow, so I decided to join my parents on vacation in Spain for a writing weekend. Spain is gorgeous. It’s too hot and everyone in this town is Scandinavian or British, but it’s still incredibly beautiful here. Also, I reached my monthly goal of 25.000 words … More Three Important Things About Goals
Most of us writers have full-time jobs, friends and family who enjoy our company and therefore occasionally want to spend time with us. Duties to fulfill, annoying little everyday shit that needs taking care of that gets in the way of writing. Which is why for once I will try writing a blog post with … More 5 Little Ways to Write Productively