Expressing myself in words means taking the thousands and thousands of words available to me and deleting the words I don't want to use to create a string of words to describe what I am thinking or feeling....even in run-on sentences.
About 30 minutes ago (or an hour ago now that this post is done) I wrote an entire post, updating you My Reeders. Upon uploading of pictures for the day, my post disappeared in an “ERROR I EXPLO...Read More
Since my 5k goal that I attacked five days ago, I have upped my Word Count goals every day. To have the time to do this, I have moved my schedule around as much as I could.Basically I get through work...Read More
For my second NaNoWriMo update, I must start with… I LOVE THIS STORY. I may or may not have mentioned to you my Reeders, but my novel this year is very different from other years. In fact, it...Read More
There are many components to writing a story—plot, conflict, climax, characters, setting, resolution, theme—and the list can go on. Some say there are only five parts that need to be put together ...Read More
It took me a good chunk of time yesterday to catch up, but I wrote 2,612 words. I know that may not be a lot for some of you INCREDIBLE writing machines out there that impress me, but that word count ...Read More
And so begins Day 4 of NaNoWriMo. It has been going very well if I do say so. The hardest day was last night with my Lovey being sickly sick. It was about 9:30 p.m., and I had 699 words written...Read More
When daddy picked her up from school, all she has been doing is brain storming about her story. She has the WHOLE story laid out with names for her characters and everything. Ana is going to tell me A...Read More