The Déjà Vu Writer: July Camp NaNoWriMo Days 1-2

Welcome to 2021’s Juliwrimo, or the July installment of Camp National Novel Writing Month! After a long pandemic hiatus, in which the most productive thing I did was write 30 alternatingly hilarious and tragic COVID-inspired poems, I’m back to blogging daily for the month of July! Let’s chat, procrastinate, and maybe even get some wordsContinue reading “The Déjà Vu Writer: July Camp NaNoWriMo Days 1-2”

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”

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”