Tag Archives: NaNoWriMo

NaNoWriMo 2017-Fantasy and Real Life Collide

This material may be the most dramatic yet for my memoir, and I expect for Book Two of the Boulevard of Bad Spells and Broken dreams as well.  Continue reading

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I Survived NaNoWriMo

This past October, my Wisconsin Romance Writers’ group hosted a workshop with Candace Havens as our speaker. One of her topics was Fast Track Writing. With Fast Track you write twenty pages a day for fourteen days. The rules are … Continue reading

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Writing While Distracted

I spent a fair part of the summer job-hunting that really cut into my writing time and energy. I got a job that I’m happy about, but found I’m not the kind of writer that can write anywhere, anytime. I … Continue reading

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Wear a disguise and ignite your creativity

As writers across the world embark upon National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo), it seems an appropriate time to talk about writing, writer’s block, how to find voice-all of these essential, somewhat terrifying aspects of the writing life. I’m going to … Continue reading

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November is Officially Write-a-Novel Month! by Susan J. Berger

  November is officially Write a Novel Month (Thirty days and thirty nights of literary abandon). In 1999, Chris Baty and a group of friends got together and challenged each other to write a novel of 50,000 words of more … Continue reading

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A Writer’s Tip

Question to writers: What writing tips have you found useful? Recently I stumbled on two that I would like to share with you. Especially if you, like me, have gotten bored with your current writing project to the point you … Continue reading

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