Today I started set up automatic backups to my google drive in Scrivener. I also started my master scrivener file and worked on writing synopses for the first several chapters. Now that November has arrived I feel more like a pantser than a planner. I did take time to plan in October, but it was more in dreaming about my story and preparing ‘for’ nanowrimo than actually working on the preparatory stages of writing a novel. Oh well. Into the breach. One thing I’ve learned from FAWM about my creative process is that if I wait for the ‘right time’ to tackle a creative project, I will never start. I am very much a Jump in and peel the bandaid off as quickly as possible kind of guy. Sure it hurts like anything, but only for a short period of time and you get the job done. On that note, see you on the flipside. I’m likely only going to post wordcounts and very brief reflections here. I want to save the wordcount for my novel.
- 20th Anniversary Interviews - Part 2: Writing In Difficult TimesThis participant interview focuses on Kara Reynolds, who participated in NaNoWriMo for the first time in 2010 after a miscarriage. Content warning for discussion of pregnancy loss.Q: What NaNoWriMo memory stands out to you?A: I started doing NaNo in 2010, after a miscarriage that left me feeling terrible about myself and life in general. Doing […]
- 30 Covers 30 Days: Wrap-Up PostNovember is over!NaNoWriMo has concluded.Hopefully everyone had fun, got some words down, and is ready for whatever December brings.First and foremost, thanks to Debbie Millman for coordinating once again. Every year, she goes above and beyond to help us put this program together. Round of applause, everyone!Also, huge thanks to the designers, without whom this whole […]
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