Tag Archives: NaNoWriMo

When writing doesn’t look like writing

My dad comes home from work and tells us what he did all day (he works in IT, so it’s clearing up problems on stuff he knows is going to be obsolete in another three years at most. Very fulfilling … Continue reading

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Comparison of two book printing experiences

For winning Camp NaNo in July last year I got a coupon for a discount on one printed copy of a book from BookBaby. When I won NaNo in November the year before that I got a coupon for a … Continue reading

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Time-Travel and Of the North

   Of the North is my second foray into time-travel, and my first is remarkable only because the seed of a good idea that it had grew up in Of the North (it’s also remarkable for how poorly it’s written). I’m quite … Continue reading

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Winter Is I-Cumen In

It’s the time of year where writers are almost done preparing (if they prepare at all) for NaNoWriMo, and I, having done it last year, know what it’s like and I’m not calling them crazy (though perhaps some of them … Continue reading

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