The stone people live down the road from me. On my third week of the Dvorak challenge I wrote about… Read more Music for the stone people
Learning new things is hard, but rewarding.
Ever look at your watch and see this? I did for ages a while back. I figured I would acknowledge the moment, and so here’s a quick 2020 wrap up.
While this photo is of the smoke from the fires that’s travelled down to us, the fires have no impact on this post and is more to remind me how hectic it’s been here this year.
A quick wrap-up of 2019 because I didn’t post much last year
I spent 2018 doing a writing challenge. Here’s the end result.
In my last post I said that I had finished part 1. But looking back at the amount of work I’ve had to put in, adding another 10K to the draft, tells me that I wasn’t quite as finished as I had thought.
The following account is my experience of camp nano in April 2018 & beyond, during some sporadic journal entries I wrote.
This is a continuation of the last blog post. If you haven’t read that one, scroll down. The brief synopsis is that I wrote the first draft of a story in November last year (2017). This is part 2, what I did after nano and my initial forays into the world of rewriting.
*the image shows a working title for the story.
This is a glimpse into what it’s like to write a book (well the first draft) in one month. During November of 2017 I kept a journal whilst I did NaNoWriMo and this is the story of how I achieved what I did.