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NaNoWriMo: Halfway Done?

Today is November 15th, which means we are officially halfway through NaNoWriMo! If you’re doing the typical 50k of NaNoWriMo then you should be at 25,000 words written. I am far off from that, so it’s a good thing I’m … Continue reading

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THE VESSEL: An Excerpt!

The past few days of my life have been filled with literal shit (seriously. There is a clog in our pipes and nasty stuff comes up in our bath tub), so I thought it might be fun to share a … Continue reading

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NaNoWriMo Week One: Recap

So, I made two marvelous discoveries this week. The first one is that the NaNoWriMo website is allowing you to set your own goal this year! In years past you had to do 50k, no questions. At least according to … Continue reading

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Happy NaNo-vember!

Here we are at the start of another months, which means it’s time for a goal check in and resetting. Below are my goals for the month of November. To see how I faired on my October goals, check out … Continue reading

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A Tale of Two Writers; Also, My NaNo Project!

When two writers live together: My Partner: Honey, I’m worried. I might have a little trouble writing with someone else here today. Me: Same! I was considering going to Starbucks to do some writing because of it ! Living with … Continue reading

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NaNoWriMo Survival Kit!

We are less than two weeks away from November 1st and the start of NaNoWriMo! I’m getting so hype. Planning out my project has been so much fun, and I’m really excited to start working on it. A lot of … Continue reading

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Tarot for Writing

This post is part of my series β€œPagan Infused NaNo”. Basically, how-to’s of how elements of Pagan spirituality can aid in the creative process. Note these aren’t all just for writers. Many of them can apply to any form of … Continue reading

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