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In Which I Accidentally a Novel. Again

At the beginning of this year’s NaNo season, I had a realization.  Every year I have won NaNo (2009 onward), I have thought of a novel idea during the month and then written that novel (the first year, I had small … Continue reading

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NaNo 2013 – Phase One Review

Unlike most years where my November is relatively uniform, this year my NaNoWriMo effort is fairly cleanly split up into three phases.  The first (which ended yesterday), I had my normal daily time and time on the weekends.  The second … Continue reading

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On How Faster Writing Isn’t Always Worse

Those of you that know me know that I write a lot of words every year for NaNoWriMo (and sometimes not during NaNo, but I’m slower then).  For those of you that don’t know me… I write a lot of … Continue reading

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The Start of Another Season of Crazy

I came here to post for the first time on NaNo2013, what I’m doing and what to expect, only to remember that I had already posted once, a scant two days ago.  Apparently, I don’t often blog, and I forget … Continue reading

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Nano Prep

So, as part of preparation for NaNoWriMo, I am doing a thirty day (ideally) character workshop thing.  It’s not originally by me, but I have lost the link, so here are the questions: 1.)                Describe your character’s relationship with their … Continue reading

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World Building Resources

For this upcoming NaNo (and holycrap it’s already mid-to-late September, when did that happen?!), I want to do some world building.  Or, more precisely, think I need to do some world building if I want the story to come out … Continue reading

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