Days 10 & 11: Coronavirus Haiku

To catch up on the past few days, I tried my hand at a handful of haiku poems. Years ago, I used to write a haiku every day, so I’m getting flashbacks to that. I had forgotten how restrictive the syllable count can feel!   Ants traverse concrete They need no social distance No sixContinue reading “Days 10 & 11: Coronavirus Haiku”

This Camp NaNo: My Stay Home and Rhyme project

Camp NaNoWriMo: write a novel in 30 crazy days. This year, Camp NaNo comes at a good time for writers who are self-isolating and staying at home during the COVID-19 crisis. It’s an opportunity to take your mind off the outside world and create your own fictional one to live in for a few hoursContinue reading “This Camp NaNo: My Stay Home and Rhyme project”

NaNo Is Complete…Or Is It?

Congratulations to everyone who participated in National Novel Writing Month in November! Whether you made your word goal or not, you took part in a fabulous endeavor you should be proud of. If the NaNo hype still lives inside you, and you want to know what to do with your novel now that NaNo isContinue reading “NaNo Is Complete…Or Is It?”