Category Archives: Writing Process

5 Interesting Links for 02-15-2019

Note: Videos may auto start with sound so be prepared. Film (History) Restored motion picture footage from between 1896 and 1900 using what was then a new technology gives insight into daily life in Paris, France. https://mymodernmet.com/lumiere-brothers-1890s-paris/ Medieval City (Generator) … Continue reading

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Guest Post: Female Archetypes in Steampunk Fiction by Phoebe Darqueling

Please welcome Phoebe Darqueling back with another fascinating article, this time about the Steampunk genre. I enjoyed discovering the different female character types prevalent in Steampunk, recognizing quite a few from my reading. If you have the same twist of … Continue reading

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The Post-NaNo 2018 Report (Some Thoughts on Challenges)

I’d love to tell you a miracle happened and I somehow managed to cross the 50k line and keep my streak going. It shouldn’t be a surprise it didn’t. There is some value, however, in letting this trend go. When … Continue reading

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The Fourth NaNo 2018 Progress Report (Pulling Victory from the Ashes with Short Excerpts)

Last week, I clung to the delusion of possibility like a raft in a vast ocean. This week, with four days remaining, I have conceded the battle. Even with the almost 7,500 words of my journal, I’m nowhere near the … Continue reading

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The Third NaNo 2018 Progress Report (Not Much Hope, But Not Giving Up Either)

This has been a trial of a NaNo, and it may be, even after I add in the “bonus features” of my process journal, I still won’t manage to get the 50k. On the other hand, a few good days, … Continue reading

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