Tag Archives: progress

22 Jun

Writing Schedule: 1 page/day=250+/year

I’m a terrible writer!
I planned to start on my new novel yesterday and got so busy catching up on correspondence, just sitting and doodling, that I wrote NOTHING!

That does it. I’m back on the one page/day schedule.

When I first started writing, I was home-schooling 4 kids. For months, I carried around an ink pen to remind myself that I was a writer. Several pairs of jeans were ruined when the ink ran. At first, I tried to write 15 minutes/day. Even then, I realized that slow and steady does the trick. That’s when I first when on the page-a-day schedule. Read More

20 Oct

NaNoWriMo Lessons

NaNoWriMo and the Evolution of a Writer

Guest post by Beth Cato.

Follow her NaNoWriMo progress at her blog, Catch a Star if It Falls.

For years I dreamed of being a published writer, but I didn’t actually write anything. I had plenty of excuses – college, a full-time job, marriage – but I couldn’t stop that yearning to create stories. NaNoWriMo changed everything. Read More

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