Monthly Archives: November 2009

Crawling Out of the Story

I did a lot of writing on Saturday, and a whack of revision on Sunday. As often happens when I’ve spent a lot of time and emotional energy working on a story, I found that long after I’d stepped away … Continue reading

Walking to Mordor

I am a nerd. I’m also overweight. I came across this interview with Jay Lake and Elizabeth Bear on Shrink Geek and when I read it learned about Eowyn Challenge. This is so incredibly full of awesome. I think it … Continue reading

November Newsletter

I got my November newsletter out today. In addition to a bit of rambling, it includes one of my zombie poems from this month and a scene from Shadows (which I’m rewriting as my NaNoWriMo project). Yay for first drafts! … Continue reading

So…

So, for the second year in a row I have stopped trying to write See the Sky Again as a NaNo novel. This time for different reasons. Last year when I started writing See the Sky Again there were still … Continue reading

NaNo and Poems

It’s technically day two of NaNoWriMo, but I haven’t written anything for my project yet today, so I feel like I’m still on day one. I’m still lacking enthusiasm about NaNo, which is kind of odd because I like the … Continue reading