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VCON, SIWC and NaNoWriMo

I’ve been a bad blogger. I was reminded this over the weekend at the Surrey International Writers Conference. I attended a lot of the social media sessions because I’ve been out of the ‘what’s happening in Social Media’ loop over this past year.Mysterious Ages, my fellow ML for NaNoWriMo.org and I spoke at the beginning of the month at VCON.

Writing Stuff

NaNoWriMo.org, VCON, SIWC it’s going to be a busy fall.

Mid NaNo Update

It’s half way though NaNoWriMo and I’ve over half way through my novel. I hit 28k last night which is over half way to the goal of 50k but I’m concentrating on actually finishing my story this year.

One More Sleep

NaNo is almost here again and I can’t wait. Writing has taken over my entire life lately, so you’d think that adding NaNo would make me groan and say “Oh Gosh no, not more WRITING?!” Instead I’m energized and raring to go.

Writer’s Block

I think I have writer’s block. Not that you’d ever notice. I’m so busy I don’t have time to write.

How’d the Holidays get so close?

It’s been on my calendar for months, I booked my ticket weeks ago, yet here I am days before take off wondering where on earth the time has flown.

NaNo is over now what?

This has been the busiest November I can ever recall spending. Happily the stress level was low but my emotions ran the full gauntlet of a loop-de-loop rollercoaster.

The Inagural Transit Write-In

If you happened to be on the skytrain system in Vancouver, you might have noticed a bunch of people frantically writing on their laptops or going old school with a pen and paper. That was us.

What else am I doing beside NaNo

I’ve become obsessed with talking about NaNo even though I’m doing a crapload of other things.

We Rocked the Library

So during the month of November many of my friends, who are also writers, do Nanowrimo. It’s crazy, it’s fun, I’m 1/4 of the way through writing a new manuscript and I learned last night just how crazy writer’s are in general. Last night we had a write-in at the library. Over 30 people were […]