A Reflection On Camp NaNoWriMo

This is a late post. I recognized this as I continued to put off the series of posts I had said I would do on Camp NaNoWriMo during July in between taking on the goal of writing thirty thousand words and finally finishing the first draft rewrite of my novel, Saving Grace. Of course, as…
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10 Ways To Escape Writer’s Block

Writer’s Block. It’s the bane of every writer’s existence, and we all fall prey to its claws at some point or another along the journey to completing a novel. While it can manifest for several different reasons, the end result of writer’s block is the same. You have hit a wall, and no matter what…
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My Camp NaNoWriMo Survival Kit

Hello everyone, it’s that time of year again! We are quickly approaching July, which means we are just a week away from Camp NaNoWriMo. If you don’t already know, Camp NaNoWriMo is a virtual writing retreat in which writers are able to set a writing goal during the months of April and July. It was…
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Meet Ambrosia

Since I officially moved onto campus during April of 2016, I have felt lonely without a cat in my life. Having grown up with one or more of the creatures constantly at my side, living alone for the first time was a different experience. So, when I moved into cat friendly apartment complex not too…
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Harmon’s Embryo And Story Beats

Hey folks! This was a widely requested post on twitter when I started mentioning the new outline structures I am using! As we are quickly approaching Camp NaNoWriMo in July, I hope that these outlines will help you finish your stories!  -Tsuki Recently, I have become addicted to circles. They are everywhere within my writer’s…
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