In the words of a famous fable: Slow and steady wins the race. If that’s true, then call me the Tortoise of NaNoWriMo. Through the use of my mathematical genius, I calculated that I need to write 1670 words a day to reach just over the 50K marker for the National Novel Writing Month’s finish … More Eight days into NaNoWriMo, and I’m okay, folks!
So, the other day I announced the title of Book Two in my post called Life in Another ’Cosm: Jinny from the Blog. While I am not accidentally writing this novel as I did with Life in the ’Cosm, I did accidentally start this story. You see, I had no idea there’d be a second book, let alone a … More Picking Up a WIP After Life Got in the Way
Yeah, so I’m cisgender, which means that a doctor looked at my new-born bits and said, “It’s a girl,” and when I grew up I said, “Good guess, Doc.” I’m also heterosexual, which means I am romantically and sexually attracted to men. Right, so we got those boring details about me out of the way. … More I’m cishet and I write queer characters, but not without help.
Um, okay, this is a bit different for me. Maybe for you it’s perfectly fine, but I’m a bit surprised at myself. I am currently writing the first draft (or trying to anyway while LIFE keeps smacking me in the face) of the second book in the ’Cosm Series. There are several new characters, but I’m … More I’m Writing like Lady and The Tramp Eat Spaghetti
Brace yourself. This is the revelation of all time. Are you sitting down? You should really sit down for this one. Okay, you at the bus stop, since there isn’t a bench, just ask the person beside you if they might catch you in case you faint. Right, so the thing about writing short stories … More What I’ve Discovered about Writing Short Stories for Competitions