My best friend and I have a running joke about my "writing archives" and how I'm leaving it up to her to figure out what to do with them. Don't forget about the Twitter and the blog and the ebooks while you're at it, Bestie.(Or did we decide that the digital stuff was Jessi's job? … Continue reading My "Writing Archives"
Current word count: 33, 274Another pep talk appeared in my NaNoMail today. I find it the most inspiring of the bunch so far. I tweeted about it, too, and Chris Cleave, who wrote the pep talk, replied to me to wish me good luck.What do you think?Dear fellow writer, Delivering a novel in a month must … Continue reading NaNo: Day 17
I had no time to write today. I worked late last night and then basically fell into bed, woke up and went to work a 6 hour shift during the day, where it was very busy and I came home exhausted and not in the mood to write.You know how many words I wrote just … Continue reading NaNo: Day 13
It's Veterans' Day. Today, at 11:00 am, the Armistice that ended World War One came into effect.I suppose, for me, having watched Downton's second series already, the show naturally comes to mind when thinking about WWI.There's a challenge going on on the NaNo forums today, to either write for 11 hours or to write 11,111 … Continue reading NaNo: Day 11
No names for Mrs. Braddock yet?Anyway. Was catching up on other people's blogs (this after writing over 1,000 words in an hour in an effort to make Day 8's word goal before the clock struck midnight) and read a short blog on how rules didn't apply to the peerage/ aristocracy of England and another on … Continue reading NaNo: Day 9