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Wrimo is both a noun and a verb in the Nano world. One *is* a Wrimo, and one *will* Wrimo during November. Here's a quick 101 of what exactly NaNoWriMo is and why I love it!
Well. The past couple weeks have been quite adventurous, to put it in some kind of way. While it was a conscious decision to begin sharing my experience with the Serova v Sony suit here and kind of "out" myself as one of those Michael Jackson superfans; I didn't expect so much to happen so quickly, … Continue reading It’s Inevitable, Ain’t It?
There are countless advice articles about what exactly writers' block is, how to cure it, and--my favorite part--why it is always the writers' fault for it occurring. It's just fear, self-doubt, and discipline. Over and over, rinse and repeat, repackaged and rewritten, thank you very much Mister Content Mill man! For the most part, I … Continue reading A Personal Study in Writers’ Block
I'm one of those blabbermouth people. Man, if I am excited about something, I'll tell everyone about it! I'm that annoying friend on Facebook who fills the feed with updates about developments that are mildly pleasing to most but the most exciting thing ever for me! I would get ahead of myself and share too much, too … Continue reading Refocusing Energy: How I Finally Learned to Get Stuff Done
At the end of the day, there really is no such thing as a good or bad writer. If you write, and you have the drive to do it, you are a writer. It does not matter if you are published (I'm not...yet) or if you have entirely other careers. If you just write for fun … Continue reading A Reminder for All Writers (and Creators)
I'm not sure how well-known this word is outside the world of fan fiction, but the concept is simple enough: a story told in one hundred words. No more, no less. The story can be complete with a beginning, middle, and end, or it can be just one scene left open-ended for interpretation. Some drabbles … Continue reading The Strength of Drabbles