I’ve got a few exciting goals to share with you for the coming year. But first, let’s review last year’s goals and whether I accomplished them.Continue reading “New Year’s Goals for 2019”
This weekend I reached a writing milestone for the first draft of Orphic: 15,000 words written!
This past Wednesday, I took advantage of the holiday vacation to figure out how to keep my WordPress test environment up-to-date. Continue reading “Keeping My WordPress Test Environment Updated”
…With 50,062 words!!
I’m taking a week off of writing, but I’ll be back to share my thoughts on the month, what I learned, and more.
Have a lovely week!
Let’s take a look at what I accomplished this week! Continue reading “Weekly Progress Report #1”
I haven’t really talked about it here, but I hit a big writing obstacle while working on Journey that put me on pause, and then on hiatus. Continue reading “When A Writing Obstacle Feels Insurmountable”
My writing resolutions for this year are focused on building my sense of community and narrowing my aspirations into concrete, achievable goals. To this end, I’ve decided on four big objectives that should help me turn dreams into reality!
National Novel Writing Month ended November 31st at 11:59PM. I didn’t win.
Am I disappointed? Yes. But I want to move beyond that disappointment and do something useful with it–namely, learn what to do in the future and what not to do. Here are my writing and life lessons from NaNoWriMo 2016. Continue reading “Lessons from NaNoWriMo 2016”
I’m a huge fan of National Novel Writing Month, or NaNoWriMo, I’ve participated for almost seven years, according to my dashboard; but in all that time, I’ve only won once. The why of that terrible ratio has a lot to do with fear, and is a blog post for another day. Today, I want to announce my second winner… Continue reading “Announcing “Journey” for NaNoWriMo 2016″