Monthly Archives: November 2012

Nearing the Finish Line for NaNoWriMo

I have three goals at the moment: 1) Finish the first draft of my second novel during November. 2) Not write more than 201K words unless more are needed to meet the first goal (regardless of any side competition that … Continue reading

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There is Life after NaNo

Am thinking about what I want to do after NaNo. I know which book I’m editing, but am thinking a bit about writing in general. I think I’m going to start doing morning pages by hand. Maybe after breakfast, though, … Continue reading

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Perspective from a Non-writer

When I posted on Facebook that I had finished my first novel during NaNoWriMo, I didn’t mention that it was a day or two later than I’d hoped. After all, I could still make the second novel with 2/3 of … Continue reading

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Writing to a Little Less Excess

I think I figured out how to do NaNoWriMo a bit more sanely. I do like to write more in the beginning of the month than the end, although I tend to write for the entire month. So, I’m going … Continue reading

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Another Day, Another Caribou

After having a hilarious time Sunday evening at a write-in that was at a Caribou that happened to be hosting a poetry slam (no notice, first indication was when they put a big receiver on a table near the back … Continue reading

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Reasonable Pace?

I think writing 10,000 words a day isn’t sustainable, and more than 10K a day is insane. I’ve done it for three days, and had hoped to continue for a week, but I may be making my vertigo act up. … Continue reading

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