I write too much too fast - but it's a great problem to have!
NaNoWriMo stands for National Novel Writing Month, and according to the internet it is this: "An annual Internet-based creative writing project that takes place during the month of November. Participants attempt to write a 50,000-word manuscript between November 1 and November 30." Basically, you try to write a novel in a month. It's a challenge,... Continue Reading →
At the start of this year, I had a plan. A really good plan, if I get to say so myself. I made a calendar in Excel, mapped out when I'd be doing what, which of my manuscripts needed to be revised, edited, read through, and fixed. I had deadlines plotted in, and I even... Continue Reading →
It's been a while since I've written anything on this blog, and while I have plans for some future posts and reviews, nothing is going as planned because of the Covid-19 outbreak. So I figured I'd write a bit about that first, and then about how my writing is going. If you've paid attention, you... Continue Reading →
I got to say, I hate the holidays. I always think I'll have more time, to write, to read, to do stuff in general and it never fails to backfire. I should know this by now, but I keep forgetting every year. This time, I feel like it's taken me particularly long to get back... Continue Reading →
Let's just rip the band-aid off quickly, shall we? I haven't written nearly enough for my NaNoWriMo project this year. Considering it's already the 14th, and I've barely scratched the bottom of 12.000 words, I'm not hopeful about "winning". Last year, I did it all in a week, and though I wasn't planning on doing... Continue Reading →
One of the best places to be a writer is Twitter. No joke. I love it not only to find cool books, meet new people, and talk about the books we love, but also because it's a great place to brainstorm with like-minded people. One thing we talked about a little while ago was working... Continue Reading →