We’re at the halfway mark now, and it’s both exciting and a little stress-inducing. But it’s all downhill from here. You can do it! Here’s another tip to keep you going.
It has not been a great week 2 for me, but that has historically been the case so I’m not surprised. Been pretty rough as they go, but I’m still optimistic I can win NaNoWriMo.
It’s time for another character aesthetic! This time I’m introducing you to Adin, the deuteragonist and the primary force behind the Empire that has invaded Cerah’s homeland!
There’s something about NaNoWriMo that makes me nostalgic. Maybe it’s the time of year, or maybe it’s because I’ve participated so many times. But I felt like reminiscing, and telling you a bit about why I decided to become a writer.
It’s NaNoWriMo, so it’s only fair that I share a little more about the story I’m writing! And I’m kicking it off by introducing one my main characters!
The first week is over and the second week begins! Here’s another tip from a relatively seasoned wrimo to help you get through the NaNo madness.
The first week of NaNoWriMo 2019 is over and man has it been a weird one. I’ve had a few ups and lots of downs, and I’m really just trying to find a process that works for me this time around.
I’m writing another fantasy novel for NaNoWriMo this year, and I figure it’s time I tell you what it’s all about. Check out my synopsis for the “Crystallia” project!
Today we’re taking a deeper look into my creative process. It’s taken me a number of years but I’ve found a method of outlining that works for me and it’s really not that complicated.
A bag tells you a lot about a person, so here’s a little look into mine and what I’m going to be carrying for the rest of the month as I try to get all of my writing projects in order.