know the novel, part two: within the WIP // a writers linkup from Christine Smith Author

*hands you your favorite writing snack* Heyyy, writer! How’s NaNo going for you? Oh wait, this post is about my NaNo experience? *cough* Welll… remember back in October when I said my goal was 25k? As of right now, it’s November 16 and I have less than four thousand words. (Plus two thousand I accidentallyContinue reading “know the novel, part two: within the WIP // a writers linkup from Christine Smith Author”

flotsam & jetsam | 5

Hello, all! At this point, you probably know what my flotsam and jetsam posts look like. (If you don’t, read some old ones.) I’ve got a lot of random things to write about today. Lent & Easter Lent is the season leading up to Easter, during which many Christians remember Jesus’ suffering by fasting, readingContinue reading “flotsam & jetsam | 5”

Camp NaNo 2020, days 2-4

As you can see, posting every day is not happening. This is for two reasons. The first: I don’t want to share everything I write this month because I have a feeling I may want to publish some of it, use it in a current novel, or something of the sort. The second: I simplyContinue reading “Camp NaNo 2020, days 2-4”

Camp NaNo 2020, 1 // golden + Aionladon in a cell

Hello, my friends! This year is my first time participating in Camp NaNoWriMo! I’m handwriting (just like I did for NaNo) and my goal is 20k words. I’ll be writing one poem a day (based on Lemon’s prompts) and also working on some story ideas: one called “Darius Raven,” a few inspired by the NewContinue reading “Camp NaNo 2020, 1 // golden + Aionladon in a cell”

know the novel part three: it is written // a writers linkup

Hello, my friends! Today I’m participating in Christine’s third NaNo linkup, where I’ll talk about the retelling of Fiddler on the Roof that I wrote in November. (Find parts one and two here.) If you’d like to participate in this, check out her post for the rules. (All writers, including those who didn’t do NaNoWriMo,Continue reading “know the novel part three: it is written // a writers linkup”

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