The third week is now over, and we are so close the end. Unfortunately, this is where I make a hard decision.
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.
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.
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’ve really struggled with procrastination lately, and the hard truth is that I’m not going to be as ready as I want to be before I start working.
Why it’s important to outline your tasks and how I’m applying these ideas to my revision process.
I finally finished this draft, and man did it have a thing or five to teach me.
A brief analysis of my writing journey and how much you need to write before you can call yourself competent.
Taking a look at the struggles and drawbacks of spending years on the same project.