My Cat is a Writer

Camp NaNoWriMo Day 4 Nothing new to report today, except for this: have you ever noticed how cats stare intently into space at nothing, just like writers can tend to do? You have to admit, there is a distinct possibility that there are worlds going on in cats’ minds that we don’t know about. DailyContinue reading “My Cat is a Writer”

Writing a Book with no T’s or Y’s

Camp NaNoWriMo Day 3! Every novel writing month I do, I seem to come across a new challenge that I’ve never seen before. Usually, it has to do with school or finding the most gigantic plot hole in existence, but this time around, I am putting the blame entirely on my laptop. I’ve had myContinue reading “Writing a Book with no T’s or Y’s”

JuliWriMo Day 2: Breaking the Rules

I’m not one for following the rules – at least, not when it comes to National Novel Writing Month or Camp NaNo. And believe me, if you look for them, you’ll find many rules: Write 50,000 words in 30 days This means 1,667 words a day But this should be a new project! A novel!Continue reading “JuliWriMo Day 2: Breaking the Rules”