50, 221 words in thirty days and still writing… Ahnishi closed her eyes to listen. Splat. Splatter. Flop. — She visualized, “That’s the rain, a little hard, but not ravaging … Continue Reading NaNoWriMo 50000
Tip: write between 2000-2500 words a day the first week
A break for food and a walk to clear the mind.
shorter spring and autumn
I struggle. It’s NaNoWriMo — National Novel Writing Month — and the stories that once flowed are blocked, depressed from the whispers in the world of the coming end times. I … Continue Reading Struggle
What is your November challenge?
I love NaNoWriMo. National Novel Writing Month. Each November. I love that I can choose to write freely, that I can create a world that did not exist before my … Continue Reading NaNoWriMo No 8
Serendipity. Just a turn off the usual path for who knows what reason. Just a whim.
Autumn: cool days; sweatshirt time; even when the sun shines. Put on the warm, rounded slippers: And share a cup of Sky Between the Branches tea from a rounded tin … Continue Reading Slice of Life Rounded
I’ve seen so many amazing small places where towns and cities have cared enough to create artful gardens in the midst of the hard lines of concrete and steel so … Continue Reading Slice of Life: Pedestrian
Outside my blogging window is the neighbor’s house, truck, and occasionally the trash can when they clean out the truck, which is why I have covered the little … Continue Reading Slice of Life: Windows
What Counts ThingLink What counts? My friends keep me grounded and growing, reaching out in ways that encourage collaboration, connections, and community. DigiWriMo, Digital Writing Month, is one such way. … Continue Reading #DigiWriMo Choice and Voice
It’s my fourth year of National Novel Writing Month, which I complete along with my students, who set their own goals. What I discover each year is this: inside … Continue Reading #140WC #NaNoWriMo