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NaNoWriMo, Week 1; or, The Battle Begins

(This posting originally appeared on The Melt-Ink Pot) This week finds me already deep in the throes of National Novel Writing Month, or NaNoWriMo, or as some prefer to think of it, the time of year when tens of thousands … Continue reading

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It’s October 14, Do You Know Where Your Plot Is; or, NaNoWriMo, Coming Soon

(This posting originally appeared on The Melt-Ink Pot) I looked at my calendar today and felt a rush of panic mingled with a dose of anticipation. It’s October 14. Which means that NaNoWriMo is just over two weeks away. And … Continue reading

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Finding The Path; or, Which Way From Here?

(This posting originally appeared on The Melt-Ink Pot) The Internet is a big and wonderful place, full of websites that are helpful, useful, or just plain strange. It’s like a library that’s hyped up on caffeine, speed, hallucinogens, and maybe … Continue reading

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Edit Head vs. Writer Head; or, Shifting Gears

(This posting originally appeared on The Melt-Ink Pot) One thing that I’ve discovered about myself is that it’s very difficult for me to be editing one piece while writing another. I think it’s because when I’m writing, I have to … Continue reading

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Letting The Story Flow

(This posting originally appeared on The Melt-Ink Pot) Sometimes, I hate my inner editor. Right now, she’s giving me all kinds of grief, because she’s reasonably certain that about 3/4 of the last 40,000 words I’ve written on my WIP, … Continue reading

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