Once you’ve won NaNoWriMo what do you do next?
A month or so ago, after being harassed by umpteen notifications, I updated the operating system on my computer. The only vaguely positive thing about the new system that I have found is that I now have the option of Dark Mode. I tried it for a while, but it was too much like living […]
This is going to be the quickest blog post ever. I’ve been typing virtually non stop for days, and I could really do with getting up and moving around. But I had to tell you I did it, I wrote fifty thousand words (actually 50,237) and, therefore, won NaNoWrimo. The novel is nowhere near finished, […]
This is the week Scotland celebrates books: libraries across the country have all number of events for readers and writers alike. My local bookshop has two events on Thursday in the youth theatre which I hope to go to, they both look fab and I will say more about them in another post. Meanwhile I’m […]
Not last Thursday but the Thursday before, the first day of this month, at some point in the late afternoon I remembered it was National Novel Writing Month. I once tried to write a novel, but gave up on the fourth draft when I realised it was pants. Since then I have focussed my efforts […]