Just a short notice that Camp NaNoWriMo will be coming up in April, which makes March Novel Preparation Month. I'll be working on finishing my current WIP Novel Project, Pushing Boundaries. I'm hoping to have a rough first draft by the end of April, that way I can begin editing and hopefully have it published … Continue reading Camp NaNoWriMo – March 2016
On a scale of 1 (worst) to 10 (best), how did the book turn out? Did anything defy your expectations? Probably a 5, I'm a little meh about the whole thing to be honest, I should have taken a day out to properly plan my novel, I was meant to write a basic outline but … Continue reading NaNoWriMo 2015: Success or Failure?
With only one day left to Plot, Scheme and Outline, I though perhaps a possibly useful list of Links for anyone as unorganized as myself might be a good idea. Now, I must confess, I started out as a Pantser, however I soon learned the error of my ways as I never actually got around … Continue reading NaNoWriMo 2015: Plotting and Scheming
How did you come up with the idea for your novel, and how long have you had the idea? I came up with the idea of this Novel a while ago. The idea process is a little complicated, so please have patience with me. The novel idea in question being a journalist that solves crimes … Continue reading NaNoWriMo 2015: The Beautiful Books
Just a short post today as I noticed I hadn't made a blog post for the entire month of September and I figured I had better fix that. Behold! As I've previously mentioned, my step-father died in March 2015, however he was born and raised in a small village named Kirkby Stephen in the United … Continue reading NaNoWriMo 2015: Novel Research and Preparation
yEdit Word Count: 51, 423 words Microsoft Word and NaNoWriMo Word Count Validator: 50, 898 words Distractions: -Youtube: Yeah, this should be pretty self-evident from my Tumblr page -Tumblr: However Tumblr sort of balanced out in the end, lots of writing articles were posted up on Tumblr which were really helpful. Credits: I wanted to … Continue reading NaNoWriMo: The 50,000 Word Mark