Monthly Archives: October 2013

Four Days Until NaNoWriMo

What’s another thing I love about NaNoWriMo? Community. The sense of community it creates. From the kick-off parties to the group write-ins to the online “buddies”, there is no feeling that you’re in this crazy adventure on your own. It’s … Continue reading

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Five Days Until NaNoWriMo

On Friday, I will once again take the NaNoWriMo challenge. I’m excited. I successfully finished NaNoWriMo in 2010. I didn’t take the challenge in 2011. Last year I took the challenge and stopped two days in because I realized there … Continue reading

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A Writer Writes About Math (Part 2)

As I said in my previous post: I am a writer. A word girl. A lover of language. And, thanks to many less-than-ideal experiences with math, math is not my thing. Which explains why I went into panic mode when … Continue reading

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A Writer Writes About Math (Part 1)

I am a writer. A word girl. A lover of language. Since I can remember, math has not been my thing. In fact, at many times during my school years, it was really not my thing. This was especially true … Continue reading

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