Right now, it’s April, and that means, time for Camp NaNo. For those who are unfamiliar, NaNoWriMo or National Novel … More
After I finish a rough draft – I find my manuscript needs to breathe before I can move on.
Here are the things I like to fix before sharing — and why it needs to rest.
When you hear the word “prepper”, you might picture stockpiles of food, water, and other supplies in a bunker. But, all it really means is someone who prepares!
For writers, there are three main levels of prepping, each with its own variants.
The Planner, the Pantser, and the Plantser. Which are you?
I love NaNoWriMo, but I know it isn’t for everyone.
Here are 11 reasons why NaNoWriMo might not work for you, and 10 reasons why it DOES work for me.
As I gear up for NaNoWriMo, there’s this small pit of dread somewhere between the back of my throat and my stomach. (What can I say, it moves.)
But. I’ve had this pit of dread before.
Sure, I’ve drafted a handful of manuscripts, I’ve even polished one or two. Yet, every time I gear up for NaNoWriMo, I end up with this familiar dread:
Maybe… I can’t write, anymore.