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How to Write a Book in a Month

November is National Novel Writing Month As most writers know, November is National Novel Writing Month. NaNoWriMo. An estimated 400,000 aspiring authors will attempt to write 50K words in 30 days, November 1st to 30th. It’s a daunting, challenging task to write a book in a month. I’ve officially participated in November, April (spring NaNoWriMo), July…

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Looking Back at the Birth of a Novel #ThrowbackThursday

Looking back at the birth of a novel With the launch of Love’s Brilliant Wreckage this week, I thought I’d do a little bit of looking back at the birth of a novel. How did I start? When did I start? Here’s a post from 10-30-17 on why I decided to start this particular book…

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I entered NaNo2017 because my character made me

To NaNo or not to NaNo, that is the question This year, after much internal debate, I entered NaNo2017. Unless you are super new to writing, every writer knows that November is National Novel Writing Month (NaNo or NaNoWriMo), when thousands of writers worldwide attempt to write 50K in 30 days. I had nothing to…

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