Nanowrimo starts in a little less than five hours. Unfortunately for me, I'll be in bed asleep. I have to be up at four so I can be at work by six. Luckily, I'll be out early in the afternoon, and I'll have plenty of time to write. A group of writers will be meeting … Continue reading Hours to go
Another of my goals for this year is to start blogging again on a consistent basis. I let myself slide last year, and the stats reflect that. I know it should be more than simply a numbers game, but building an audience is part marketing, but mostly it's just creating content to be read, shared, … Continue reading How many words should you write?
It is day thirty of this madness and I'm limping towards the finish line. I slept only a few hours last night and now I'm wide awake, exhausted, and I think..., I don't know what I think. Right now, I'm don't know how to think. I'll give you a few facts first. It's a little … Continue reading NaNoWriMo 2014: Day 30 – Limping towards the finish line
Two more days of this madness: where do you stand? I've seen many of my fellow Wrimos already surpass the 50K mark, and some others are way behind. Myself, I'm behind as well, but not too bad. I'm at 44,481, which means I lack only 5519 until I cross the finish line. That's only 2759 … Continue reading NaNoWriMo 2014: Day 29 – Oh crap, oh crap
You're not going to believe what happened this week. Yep, I fell behind yet again. This time I was two a little more than 4K behind, and I got within 600 words of par. All it took was me jumping into the car, driving an hour, and parking my rear end in a chair in … Continue reading NaNoWriMo 2014: Day 23 – Catching Up
Camp NaNoWriMo opens up in about 12 hours and I'll admit to feeling some apprehension. I'm not going to pretend that apprehension is a bad thing. No, I believe it will be a good motivator to prove to myself that I can still do some significant writing. I really hate to fail. I started participating … Continue reading Camp NaNo is about to begin
It's Saturday night, and once again I'm at home, twiddling my thumbs, wishing I had something to do. That's not quite true. I have something to do, I'm just not doing it. What I mean to say is that I wish I had somewhere to go. No matter. I need to sit myself down to … Continue reading Writing Project: Giada