#NaNoWriMo Week Four: Writing Changes

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How can we be on week four of #NaNoWriMo already? Is it flying by for you, too? New president elect, one week from 11 million sick to 12 million sick, (WEAR A MASK, PEOPLE) and I have worked on 2 … Read More

Can You Fail #NaNoWriMo?

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Can we just chat for a minute? If you have followed me for a bit you know that I don’t believe in writer’s block. I seem to suffer from the other side of the equation. I have too many ideas! … Read More

4 Tips to Free Your Writing

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I don’t believe in writer’s block. But I did get stuck this week.  I am writing a middle grade book. This book is for a 9-12 year old reader who could be as young as 6 or 7 or as … Read More

Keep Writing!

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Will you keep writing after NaNoWriMo? I will. The month flew by for me, and, while I had great intentions, I have to admit I got off track with my writing. Even while I was encouraging you. There was a fire. … Read More

Characters and NaNoWriMo

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  For my #NaNoWriMo folks– both first drafters and rewriters out there–go grab my 25 questions here: 25 Questions. This will also pop you onto my mailing list which includes some writing exercises at the start and then my once a month … Read More

NaNoWriMo FoMo?

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NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month) is almost here. I will not be partaking in the normal manner. I am not beginning a novel from scratch but am editing and rewriting instead. However there is so much ENERGY surrounding NaNoWriMo that … Read More

Self Expression and Trauma

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Self Expression and Trauma I have been working with a main character who is going through multiple layers of trauma. I started looking from a side angle at my character and asked, How does my character release trauma? We all … Read More

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