Category: thirty days
NaNo Day Thirteen: On Failure
We’re not even halfway through—but we’re already talking about the possibility of failure?
NaNo Day Twelve: What Will You Write Next?
Isn’t it too early to think about your next project?
NaNo Day Eleven: A Shift in the Beat
What do you do when life happens?
NaNo Day Ten: Take a Break! (Run away with us…)
This post was first drafted during an obligatory writing break. With popcorn.
NaNo Day Nine: You Should Be Writing
In case you were wondering, today…
NaNo Day Eight: Trust the Story
Or, how I found my killer in the middle of a sentence in chaper five. (Or was it six?)
NaNo Day Seven: (B)Race Yourself!
Or, how I fell in love with NaNo stats in 2010 and never looked back.
NaNo Day Six: The Loneliness of the Long Distance Writer
This rant has been a long time coming.
NaNo Day Five: Putting the “Why” Back in “Why the Hell Did I Ever Think This Was a Good Idea”
I honestly didn’t think day five of this thirty days in a row writing thing would be harder than day four, but here we are.
NaNo Day Four: Yes, You Have to Write Today, Too
Yes, you’ve been writing for three days straight, and you’re going to have to keep that up for a little while longer.