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Momentum: Put one word after another and then keep going…

Before you write it’s good to analyze your momentum factor or your perseverance factor. More often than not a weakness in momentum or a lack of perseverance will undermine the production of a book rather than anything to do with … Continue reading

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One Last Nano Post for this Year.

I’m almost to 50,000 words, so thought I’d post one more time about the experience this year. Nano has been completely different for me this time, and every time. I guess that’s why I continue to do it. I learn … Continue reading

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Happy National Novel Writing Month Everybody

In November, there are a bunch of us crazy writers who participate in a 50,000 word challenge… actually there are thousands of us. I’ve done it for the last four years.  Now that I head into my fifth year, I’m … Continue reading

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Quick Tips for Outlining that Novel (NANOWRIMO)

With NanoWriMo (that’s National Novel Writing Month) starting November 1st… let’s hope you have a good idea for your novel and have your outline started.  Now, I’ve participated in National Novel Writing Month without an outline and with an outline… … Continue reading

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What will you be doing on November 1st and all the days of November? If you are a NANOWRIMO fan, you just might be pounding out the golden lines of a novel. If you haven’t heard of it, November is … Continue reading

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