I’m thinking about November and National Novel Writing Month. (Who reading this blog isn’t?)
Last year I started NaNoWriMo with a page or two of scribbled notes and little else. Now, almost a year later, I’ve still got an unfinished draft with some decent characters and snazzy scenes, as well as a bunch of dead ends [Continue reading]
The Creativity Workshop is coming to an official end – and this is where those graduation speech sentiments come into play: the end of something meaningful, but more importantly, the launch pad for something newer, more exciting, bigger. blah blah blah.
I belong to a women’s group that meets monthly on the Tuesday night [Continue reading]
So where am I with my Creativity Workshop goals, my One Story Per Week plan? I’ve already admitted that I didn’t write a single word during my vacation. My bad. But I do have a couple of semi-stories in the hopper from my ‘Breaking the rules/breaking the law’ segment — again, more [Continue reading]
I write likeMargaret Atwood
I Write Like by Mémoires, Mac journal software. Analyze your writing!
This was fun. Thanks to the fabulous Merrilee of Creativity Workshop fame for sharing the I Write Like link. Of course, I tried it with three different writing samples and came up with:
Stephen [Continue reading]