I work better with a deadline. A lot of people do. And it’s always been sort of built into my life in school. But when you’re doing something for yourself, something that doesn’t have a built-in deadline, then you have to make your own. So, I’ll choose a date and put it in my calendar … Continue reading Deadlines and Accountability: My NaNo Announcement
Write a story with the following line of dialogue: “Do you think they saw?”
Here's some more Preptober advice from my CP, Shelby.
A while back, I read somewhere that in order to feel, physically and mentally, what it’s like to write “good writing,” you should type up a passage or even a full chapter of your favorite author’s work. I do take some issue now with the implication that the words you’re reading from your favorite author … Continue reading Writing Exercise: Copy from Your Favorite Book
How do you prepare to write 50,000 words in a single month? The same way you would any other time. It’s easy to feel like it’s overwhelming or you don’t know how to do it because participating in NaNo is such a big undertaking. (Or, is that just me?) But you’re not preparing for NaNo, … Continue reading Preptober: NaNoWriMo Prep