Today kicked off the first day of NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month), a 30-day challenge to write 50,000 words. To keep up pace you have to write at least 1,667 words a day. I’m proud to announce that I wrote
I’m doing it. I’m signing up. I’ve signed up. I have been staring down the barrel of NaNoWriMo for years. Being in the book publishing industry, it’s kind of hard to miss. Every November a flood of novelists share their
So I have a little problem. Not a big one. I don’t think. But it is a problem. I have a major tendency to stop and start writing projects. And I know I’m not alone on this. In fact, I
I love those moments of clarity where I realize I’m lying to myself. It feels similar to what I imagine an out of body experience feels like. My face bends at myself and I snarl internally as I glare at
Image Source Ask any established writer how old you should be when you start “taking your writing seriously” and they’ll probably spout off something moderately inspirational and semi-arrogant. “Well if you just start today, then this is the correct age.”
Image Source There’s something funny going on in the freelance writing world. Usually when you take massively talented people, sprinkle in an entrepreneurial drive and add extreme customer demand you get, well… a room full of ballers making dollars.
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