Editing a novel is like trying to solve a Rubik’s cube–you straighten out one plot issue and three new ones appear. This is now much easier to understand. If anything, it’s heartening to read blogs/tweets from other writers and see that editing can be a challenge–no matter if you are on your 1st or youContinue reading “Aargh!”
I took a break from finishing the draft started at NaNoWriMo (Closet Case) to write two new short stories. It felt really good to complete them–a limit of 6000 words is much easier to handle than 50,000+. Now, it’s time I dive back into the closet…right after this movie about genetically modified cows with fangs.
I officially crossed the finish line today – 50055 words! Looking back over the month, there was only 1 day that I didn’t do any writing at all (that big red square). I hit my writing goal or better on all of the green days. Before, I had excuses for why I wasn’t writing: tooContinue reading “NaNoWriMo – The End (Recap)”