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Do Stuff at the Library

September means that it’s time for school to start.

But September also means teen programs are starting back!

Here are some things we have coming up: 44 more words

Flower Mound Public Library

The aspiring to publish writer prepares for the next NaNoWriMo and WoW ExPac

In two months the NaNoWriMo for 2014 will begin (nanowrimo.org for more information). I’m fiddling around with ideas for characters and plot lines while trying to figure out how I’m going to deal with the minimum word count needed to make goal (50K words in 30 days) AND how deal with all the new and exciting Stuff(TM) in… 168 more words


Rewriting a Story

I have done several posts about what I’ve been reading or watching lately, but I haven’t had a post about my next big writing project. About a year ago I finally finished my first novel Finding Home: The Orphan’s Journey. 456 more words


A Decade of NaNoWriMo

Over a decade ago, in 2003, a friend begged me to sign up for National Novel Writing Month and try to write 50,000 words with her in November. 508 more words

Time To Get Cracking

It’s the second day of my week off from the day job and after flaking out for most of yesterday I’m going to get cracking with putting a dent into this edit pass of… 210 more words


As NaNoWriMo Draws near

In two months, NaNoWriMo will begin once again. And earlier this year, I considered all the story ideas I have hidden away in my notebook of ideas and came to the conclusion that I wanted to tackle the idea of Cinderella in Reverse, which could better be described as Cinderella told through the point of view of Prince Charming. 408 more words


How To Write 50,000 Words in 30 Days by Mike Coville

Subtitle: and survive to tell your story!

Published: 2014

Genre: nonfiction, writing

Length: 88 pages

Interest: Mike Coville contacted me and asked me to provide an honest review of his newly published book. 187 more words

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