Monthly Archives: November 2018

A Case For Adjectives?

via A Case For Adjectives? This story will keep you riveted to your seat until the end.

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No, You Don’t HAVE to Write.

Originally posted on Novelty Revisions:
I don’t like it when people treat writing like a chore. More accurately, I don’t think it’s helpful for people who want to be successful but aren’t quite sure how to stay motivated long enough…

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The Book is Ready

via The Book is Ready Here’s an announcement from a newly published author who’s blog Ifollow. Please check it out.

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NaNoWriMo update number 4,Keep adding words, though you don’t win

Hello everyone, Today I am bringing you my Nano update a day late, because in the US, yesterday was Thanksgiving, and I wanted to spend the time with my family. However, without further ado, let me give you my personal … Continue reading

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Just Go For It

Originally posted on Novelty Revisions:
Once upon a time, I had an idea I was sure would fail. I suppose, if we’re being technical about the circumstances, it eventually did. Sixteen-year-old me thought it would be fun — maybe, in…

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Why Do You Write?

via Why Do You Write? There are several reasons why I write: It’s good therapy when I’m feeling down.  I have stories to tell that will hopefully touch the life of just one person.  I love using my imagination, and … Continue reading

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The 12 Ridiculous Things Writers Do When They’re Tired

Originally posted on Novelty Revisions:
1 Put off writing until the last possible second because that BuzzFeed quiz is obviously more important (yep). 2. “Accidentally” editing instead of writing because words are hard fixing simple mistakes makes you feel good.…

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NaNoWriMo Update Number Three: How to take a Nano prep day in the Middle of the Month

Hey everybody in the blogosphere, today I have a personal NaNoWriMo update and a bit of advice for all you WriMos out there. As of today, I am up to 18,964 words on my NaNoWriMo manuscript, 1208 of which were … Continue reading

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Your Stories Will Outlive You. Give Them All You’ve Got.

Originally posted on Novelty Revisions:
I don’t know about you. But I think a lot about the fact that I will not be here forever. Not that I plan on going anywhere anytime soon. I have stuff to do. But…

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“The Road Not Taken” by Robert Lewis Stevenson and “The Banker” by Dan Seals: how a poem speaks to my writing process, and a song adds fuel to my creative fire

Hello everyone,   Today I want to talk to you about a discovery I made about the creative process. Remember the poem The Road Not Taken by Robert Frost? If not, you can read it or listen to it for … Continue reading

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