My Protagonist is Doing Things She Shouldn’t: Camp NaNoWriMo Day 28

Camp NaNoWriMo Day 28! Recently, I went back through spiral-bound stories I created when I was eight. It was entertaining to see drawings of flowers with superpowers and every other character named Ashely (actual spelling). However, going through my earliest writing helped me learn something about my own current writing style. In these old stories,Continue reading “My Protagonist is Doing Things She Shouldn’t: Camp NaNoWriMo Day 28”

An Abyss of Ideas: Camp NaNoWriMo Days 26 & 27

Camp NaNoWriMo Days 26 & 27! Have you ever faced the unfortunate conundrum of having to stop plodding along on your current story because a new story idea comes by that seems so much better? This happens to me all the time, and it’s not such a bad thing in and of itself. You can’tContinue reading “An Abyss of Ideas: Camp NaNoWriMo Days 26 & 27”

Why You Should Embrace Ink on Your Fingers: Camp NaNoWriMo Days 24 & 25

Camp NaNoWriMo Days 24 & 25! One of my crafts on a whim during quarantine was creating a mini copy of my young adult book, One Hundred Words. So of course I had to do a photo op! As you can see from today’s haiku, my writer dead giveaway is finding near-constant ink on myContinue reading “Why You Should Embrace Ink on Your Fingers: Camp NaNoWriMo Days 24 & 25”