So I got 12,670 words. NaNoWriMo 2016 got off to a halting start and fizzled to a stationary end. I'm Grateful. Disappointed. Excuse-making. Proud. Conflicted. Whirl-pooling. My general anxious stressing heady self. Stop. Breathe. That was my November motto. December is kicking off with: kindness and compassion - to myself as well as others. So what… Continue reading The end of NaNoWriMo 2016
I recently read this article titled '3 signs you should give up on your story' by K M Weiland. In summary, the answer is RARELY. But after sitting on the same idea for more than ten years and getting lost over and again and losing motivation over and again. I've called it. I may return to it one day, but for… Continue reading Nanowrimo 2016
I didn't, and I don't. I think I want to be a writer - but thinking is different to knowing. I named this blog and my twitter: AUTHOR, as if by using the word I would believe it, own it, know it. An attempt to wield the label, the brand, to turn the thought into knowledge.… Continue reading When did you know you wanted to be a writer?