I’ve made it pretty clear that I hope to be a published author, but there’s a lot more that goes into that than simply writing a book. Or maybe I’m overthinking things.
Last year was chaotic and it was impossible to settle into a routine, but now that I’m settling into a more ‘routine’ life, I find my writing habits are lacking.
Creativity is a lie and ideas are cheap. Welcome to a Brave New World.
A year is a long time, and while it can be hard to see how much you’ve progressed from day to day, when you take a look at all that you’ve done in a year, you’ve probably done a lot more than you think! Here’s a look back at my 2019!
It’s the end of NaNoWriMo 2019, and here is my final tip for the month.
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.