For those of you who have been following my blog, you know that I am currently doing the NaNoWriMo challenge.
They don’t call it a challenge for nothing, I am telling you. I am finding incredibly hard to keep up with the pace and reconciling a very busy…
Today was a seriously unpleasant wet day. It was not made any easier by having a riotous child in the classroom. Oh girl!
Anyhow, there is a lovely guy who teaches a slam workshop in the school where I work on Fridays. A very cool dude. We started to talk…
I felt the need for a dash of colour as it is now getting dark, wet and gloomy!
Trying to combine work and intense writing proves to be very difficult indeed. My wordcount truly sucks for the last two days. I can only redeem myself on Thursday as I will have more free time.
Friday should be good too: not too much going on!
NaNoWrimo is being a life changing experience. I like the discipline that I have to impose on myself. I am usually not the Queen of Discipline. My inner rebel is far too strong
The NaNo France community is being very supportive and I am enjoying diving…
I was ten years old I when wrote my first book; sixteen pages long and fancifully illustrated, entitled Jungle Warriors of the Forbidden City. It was mostly drawn from the stories of Rider Haggard and Edgar Rice Burroughs, as well as the stack of National Geographic magazines that my…
You have to love Joanne Harris for being the most amazing writer!
100 posts! Everything is said! :)
A friend of mine posted a link to another blog about the pitfalls of NaNoWriMo on my timeline on Facebook. As much as I appreciate her feedback, somewhat I am not interested in any undermining process.
I am not doing NaNoWriMo just to produce a 50K novel…