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It was a challenging year for NaNoWriMo. I liked the premises of my novel and I was excited to finally get to write the second installment of my historical novel. However, I knew setting off that I hadn’t done enough … Continue reading
Last FIRST of the year. All through 2018, on the first day of the month I have published a photograph and journaled about what it means to me. This is an exercise I have done to further develop my writing. … Continue reading
Last week. One week left. We’re in the home run, it is time for the final sprint. I can see the finish line. And about 300 other cliches that I can think of. But this is how I feel every … Continue reading
Tomorrow is the half way mark to my NaNoWriMo adventure this year. From here on it is close to the home run. During NaNoWriMo I spend much time in coffee shops and at the library to make sure I sit somewhere … Continue reading
First week is over. Seven days of writing. I have found some problem with my novel. Mostly it is about language. As you might know, after much deliberation, I decided to write a sequel to my historical novel I wrote several … Continue reading
All through 2018, on the first day of the month I will publish a photograph and journal about what it means to me. This is an exercise I will do to further develop my writing. If you have the time … Continue reading
It is close now. Only a week left until the start of NaNoWriMo. Even though I have participated for years, I can’t help but feel excited that it is soon upon us. (If you haven’t heard about this writing challenge … Continue reading
It’s getting darker in the mornings and evenings. The end of daylight savings will change that a little bit, but it’s still marching towards darker times. I am not an autumn/winter person, I miss the sun too much and can … Continue reading
Sometimes when reading non-fiction books I come across a book that I am nodding along to all the way through. Men Explain Things to Me, and other essays by Rebecca Solnit is one of those. I agreed with almost everything … Continue reading
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