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NaNo has begun!

NaNoWriMo has begun. Today I woke up late. I have a sick kid at home. But, I managed to get in 1,704 words. (I’d never have done that if I wasn’t participating in NaNo.) I’m aiming for 2,000 per day … Continue reading

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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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November 30 Means: That’s A NaNoWriMo Wrap

The month of writing a novel is nearly over; actually, it’s already over in some parts of the world. But here in the Pacific Northwest, writers still have just over 13 hours to finish their novel. In the class I’m … Continue reading

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A New Perspective on NaNoWriMo

As I mentioned in this guest post at Lisa Romeo Writes, I’m teaching a NaNoWriMo workshop at my older son’s elementary school this year. After a month or more of preparations, the students are finally in the process of writing … Continue reading

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It’s Nearly Time for NaNoWriMo

I’ve been busy teaching students at my son’s elementary school about NaNoWriMo. Beginning in November, they’ll join me in attempting to write a novel. More about my experience in the classroom is here in a guest post I wrote for … Continue reading

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