It’s week three of Preptober, and it’s finally time to start writing! I think I’ve mentioned this before, but I suggest a whole week at least of brainstorming before starting a novel. Maybe this is just my method. But my method’s gotten me four published books, so I guess it’s working for me. That beingContinue reading “Preptober, Week Three”
We’re one week into October, and one week into our Nanowrimo prep. If you missed last week, here’s a link to get you started. In week two, we once again have just two tasks. 1. Set up your project on the Nanowrimo website. 2. Make sure you have all the physical things you’ll need. Okay,Continue reading “Preptober, Week Two”
Alright, it’s the first day of October. And this month is dedicated to exactly two things in my house. Celebrating Halloween as hard as possible, and getting ready for Nanowrimo. So this year I’m going to take you along for the ride with me, in a four-week course that will let you hit the groundContinue reading “Preptober, Week One”
If you have no idea what the hell you’re supposed to be doing for your Preptober list, I’m here for you. Each of these things can be done over the next two weeks and will help you succeed in Nanowrimo this year.
Agents and publishers are still accepting queries. Books are still coming out. People are still reading. So why not write a book?
Lots of red pens. Highlighters, in a rainbow of color. I’m not surprised that the ones I bought during back to school are all gone. The monsters took them Chocolate, again. I bought a french press! Just another way to make a copious amount of coffee, which I’ll be needing. Some really good sharp cheese,Continue reading “Bonus Post! New 2015 Nanowrimo and Nanoedmo shopping list!”