Category Archives: Outlining

NaNoWriMo 2016 Day 28: Victory!

All did indeed go well, better even than anticipated. I finished my NaNo Frankenstein project on Sunday, November 27th, coming in with over 800 words to spare according to the NaNoWriMo validator (which usually takes away words but this year … Continue reading

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NaNoWriMo 2016 Day 22: The End Is Nigh

If all goes well, I’ll have completed my NaNoWriMo count by next Tuesday, though Traps and Treachery will take a good bit more than that to finish. The text (excluding world building) is currently sitting at 17,845 words, just slightly … Continue reading

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NaNoWriMo 2016 Day 15: Onward and Upward

Lady Isabella’s story came to a satisfying conclusion on Day 10 with a solid 17,244 words added to the book and a final length of almost 90,000 words…a bit long for that series, but we’ll see where it ends up … Continue reading

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NaNoWriMo 2016: Day 8 – Still Rebelling

And the rebellion continues… My word count is increasing at a mostly steady pace as you can see below (today’s count is not yet final so not included), though there were some hiccups along the way. I’m currently running almost … Continue reading

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Preparation is Everything – From Idea to Writing: 2016 Merry-Go-Round Blog Tour

When I first started writing, it was all “seat of my pants.” No notes, no plotting, nothing but me, a pen or pencil, and the blank page. At some point, and I honestly don’t remember when, that changed into a … Continue reading

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