NaNoWriMo 2016 Wrap Up

Replace cleaning with keeping up with the word count and this is perfect.

NaNo Year One was a challenge and its difficulties more apparent only because the task was new. Year One, nor any year following has rivaled in hardships and pressures when compared to NaNo 2016, my fourth year participating in the NaNoWriMo 30Days, 50K Writing Challenge, and no year has taught me more.  Continue reading “NaNoWriMo 2016 Wrap Up”


Night of Writing Dangerously

The Night of Writing Dangerously is a chance to meet and experience other writers who enjoy the craft and are taking on a seemingly impossible challenge of writing 50,000 words in 30 days.

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For all of you out there who participate in NaNoWriMo, know what it is, have a writer within your circle, or support writing in general then please help me get to the writing event of the year!

The Night of Writing Dangerously is a chance to meet and experience other writers who enjoy the craft and are taking on a seemingly impossible challenge of writing 50,000 words in 30 days. The mandatory amount must be raised by November 11th. Fellow bloggers and writers I ask for your help now to help me get to San Francisco this year. Writing is my passion and winning NaNo, but one of my dreams. This will be an opportunity unlike any other I’ve been given before. If you would just like to check out my page or make a donation click here, Night of Writing Dangerously Fundraising Page.

Thank you all for taking the time to consider this and to those who mean to help me see San Francisco for the first time.

Where We Are

“Here I am, a month into the story and the words and pages are mounting once more. I can feel the story reawakening…This is going to be an experience of a lifetime. And I’m hoping I can keep you all updated as my time with this exhumation continues.”

My novel has lost its structure. The plot has spiraled out of control and since its creation it was known as(at least to  me), Finding the Cure, but even its name has changed. We started with Finding the Cure, not its tentative title is, The Seat of The Throne. I have penned 158 handwritten pages, which is the equivalent 157 paperback pages. My novel has reached 62,786 words and has taken more years of my life and me agonizing over this broken story than I would care to calculate. I’ve asked you all more than once to come along with me on one journey or another and the one I’ve had you along for the most is the adventure of writing this novel. Well I’m asking you along once more, but it’s going to be a little different this time. This is what this story has come to– Continue reading “Where We Are”

Seven Days later


When starting something new, the prospect of starting can be daunting, can make you feel anxious, can give you fear for the future, and sometimes when dwelt upon too much, can make you not want to start. Or if you are looking to the end of something, can make you not want to finish. Continue reading “Seven Days later”

NaNoWriMo 2014 10 Days To Go…

Hello Wrimos. I can not believe there are only ten days, well practically nine now, left in November. Time flies by so fast when you are not concentrating on it. I know I have been absent most of this month, but I said I would not post up anything if I did not have any good news. Well, my news may not be good, but I hope it at least helps one of you. Continue reading “NaNoWriMo 2014 10 Days To Go…”

NaNoWriMo 2014- Day 4

Hello Wrimos of the world. This is day four of NaNoWriMo and I am a day behind. That’s right, a whole day. I’m so disappointed in myself. I made a calendar for myself and by the end of yesterday I was supposed to have the first chapter completed. As of today I am almost halfway through it and a day behind. I am very disgruntled with myself. Continue reading “NaNoWriMo 2014- Day 4”

NaNoWriMo 2014- Day 1

This is it, you guys! All that we spent last month preparing for and some of us even longer boils down to this. I’m up and I’m ready, I’ve got my coffee. Time to start writing. Now I don’t know about you guys, but for all that time I spent outlining and preparing I will only revert to my outline if I absolutely have to. I am a big believer in letting the story take form on a spontaneous basis and letting your own creativity be free flowing. When I become stuck or when I think the story is jumping around to much I will take a look at what I already outlined and then I’ll have a clear advisement on where I can continue the story.

I shall keep you all updated at least once or twice a week. I wish you all luck. Happy writing. Don’t forget to add me on the NaNoWriMo website. ( NaNoWriMo Official Website ) or go directly to my page to add me as a writing buddy.( My Writing Buddies Page)