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My 2017 Camp NaNoWriMo Experience: Failures & Successes

I have this bad habit of jumping into National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) experiences at the last minute. Last Halloween, I decided to do my first NaNoWriMo, which started November 1, without any real preparation and only an idea. Then, I went and did it again for this April’s Camp…

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Writing Success: Four Essentials

Do you dream of one day quitting your day job and becoming a full-time indie or traditionally published author? Has your day job become a grind as you stare into the distance, dreaming of more time at your keyboard, creating new worlds, garnering diehard fans, and finally being able to…

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Balancing Pantsing and Plotting: Part 2

If you missed part 1, find it here. As I mentioned in the last post, finding a balance between pantsing and plotting was elusive and frustrating. So, I decided to take off my pants. Taking Off My Pants Well, not exactly, but I did read Libbie Hawker’s ebook, Take Off…

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The Role of the Twitter Monthly Writing Challenge in Ramping Up Your Productivity

A common question writers have is how they can be more productive and get more done. Joanna Penn from The Creative Penn has some great tips on doing just that. I’d like to share a method I’ve discovered that combines much of her advice into one single method: the Twitter…

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5 Ways to Find A Writing Community — Blots & Plots

Community. We all know how much of a difference it can make. This week, I am featuring an important post from Jenny Bravo of Blots & Plots. She provides some good tips on how to find like-minded people on your writing journey, both virtually and in person. I found this…

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