Category Archives: world building

Charactericticism

Not wanting all my characters to ‘sound’ like each other is always a challenge worth accepting. And, because I also do not want the entire cast of my stories coming across as behavioral clones of me, I make the effort … Continue reading

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Camp NaNoWriMo July 2018 – The Behind Schedule Halftime Report

Wow. When it comes to Camp NaNoWriMo this summer, even my halftime report is behind schedule. This halftime report is simple: my word count is so far off pace. And I’m not even the least bit concerned about it. Weird, … Continue reading

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Camp NaNoWriMo July 2018 – As Intended

Looking at my Camp NaNoWriMo word count so far, I see I’m over 2,500 words behind schedule. Already? I haven’t even made it through the first week! This just in…this might be my absolute worst NaNoWriMo start ever. And it … Continue reading

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Camp NaNoWriMo July 2018 – Pre-Game Show

Welcome to the July 2018 Camp NaNoWriMo pre-game show! I last participated in the realm of NaNoWriMo this past November, working out a good chunk of my novel, Battle of Fort Cappello. When I closed the notebook on November 30, … Continue reading

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Investment Work

Every once in a while, I like to take a few minutes to tabulate how will I am doing towards my writing pursuits…am I performing deeds that lead to new ideas and finished works, or am I moving towards nothing … Continue reading

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Stuff That Just Happens To Be Happening

I finally got a rejection email from an online publisher for a flash fiction story I submitted to them over two years ago. It’s a good thing I was working on other stories during that time. I always make time … Continue reading

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Charactericticism

Not wanting all my characters to ‘sound’ like each other is always a challenge worth accepting. And, because I also do not want the entire cast of my stories coming across as behavioral clones of me, I make the effort … Continue reading

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