Category Archives: midnight writing

November – FIRST

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

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Day One – NaNoWriMo

NaNoWriMo day ONE. I stayed up until midnight last night to start my novel right as the clock stroke midnight. It has become a tradition for me to start right at midnight. It is interesting to follow the forums on … Continue reading

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And we’re off

It is past midnight and I’m awake. I have just finished my first 500+ words of this year’s NaNoWriMo. There is something inspiring to stay up late, watching the forums and wait for the minutes to tick forward to midnight … Continue reading

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and we’re off!

Despite having an early commitment on Sunday morning, I did my usual midnight start for NaNoWriMo¬†on Saturday night and got to 230 words before I called it a night and went to bed. I then added another 2380 words at … Continue reading

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London Literary Lock-in

The London Literary Lock-in is a wonderful organised event by NaNoWriMo‘s London ML’s (Municipal Liaisons) at the Big Green Bookshop, where London Wrimos get together for full night of word sprints, games and merriment. It is extra special to reach … Continue reading

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NaNoWriMo starts at midnight

In less than four hours it begins. I’m feeling a bit like a child waiting for Christmas morning. I have started to write at midnight since my first year doing NaNoWriMo, no matter how early I need to get up … Continue reading

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