On Character Agency
 

On Character Agency

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The Gutter Prayer by Gareth Hanrahan
 

The Gutter Prayer

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NaNoWriMo 2019: My Personal Experience – Part Two: I WON!
 

NaNoWriMo 2019

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NaNoWriMo Type Along with Stephen Deas – The Finish

NaNoWriMo Type Along with Stephen Deas – The Finish 

Follow along as Stephen Daes shares his week by week experience doing NaNoWriMo. If you missed Stephen’s intro article, you can read it here. If you missed any of the previous weeks you can read them here: week one, week two, week three, and week four. November 30th Wordcount target: 100,000 Words written: 75,664 Completion anxiety […]

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After NaNoWriMo

After NaNoWriMo 

So, if everything goes to plan, in a few hours you will have written 50,000 words in the month of November. Congratulations! That is quite an accomplishment, and you should be proud, especially if this was your first NaNoWriMo. Take a moment to take a breath and appreciate all you have accomplished in such a […]

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NaNoWriMo Type Along with Stephen Deas – Week Four

NaNoWriMo Type Along with Stephen Deas – Week Four 

Follow along as Stephen Daes shares his week by week experience doing NaNoWriMo. If you missed Stephen’s intro article, you can read it here. If you missed any of the previous weeks you can read them here: week one, week two, and week three. November 18th Wordcount target: 80000 Words written: 72934 The real world […]

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NaNoWriMo Type Along with Stephen Deas – Week Three

NaNoWriMo Type Along with Stephen Deas – Week Three 

Follow along as Stephen Daes shares his week by week experience doing NaNoWriMo. If you missed Stephen’s intro article, you can read it here. If you missed week one, you can read it here. And week two is here. November 18th Wordcount target: 55,000 Words written: 52,899 The first time I tried to draft a […]

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NaNoWriMo Type Along with Stephen Deas – Week Two

NaNoWriMo Type Along with Stephen Deas – Week Two 

Follow along as Stephen Daes shares his week by week experience doing NaNoWriMo. If you missed Stephen’s intro article, you can read it here. If you missed week one, you can read it here. November 11th Wordcount target: 30,000 Words written: 23,240 A third of the way through and after a poor start, the gist […]

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Surviving the NaNoWriMo Apocalypse: Tips For Becoming A Master Word-Slayer And Staying Alive Through November

Surviving the NaNoWriMo Apocalypse: Tips For Becoming A Master Word-Slayer And Staying Alive Through November 

NaNoWriMo tends to get painted as this quirky, fun activity during the month of November, but whether you’re currently taking part or have in the past, you know that it’s really a battle for survival. November is a post-apocalyptic wasteland and every word is zombie you need to kill! Failure awaits round every corner and […]

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NaNoWriMo Type Along with Stephen Deas – Week One

NaNoWriMo Type Along with Stephen Deas – Week One 

Follow along as Stephen Daes shares his week by week experience doing NaNoWriMo. If you missed Stephen’s intro article, you can read it here. November 1st Wordcount Target: 0 Words Written: 0 I bring this up, and the next few days, mostly so I have all my ducks in a row for making excuses. I […]

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National Novel Writing Month

National Novel Writing Month 

It’s that time of year again, when my Twitter stream is going to fill up with the hash-tag #nanowrimo; and a good few of you, if not most, if not all, will know exactly what that means. In case there are a handful out there who, like I was the first time around, are staring […]

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Five Ways To Use NaNoWriMo As Your Writing R&D Department

Five Ways To Use NaNoWriMo As Your Writing R&D Department 

November sees the arrival of NaNoWriMo, the challenge to write a 50,000 word novel in just 30 days. In a couple of weeks many of you will be writing like your lives depended on it. To many it’s a celebration of fiction, a time to brush all other commitments aside and just write without distraction. […]

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NaNoWriMo

NaNoWriMo 

November – season of mists and frantic typing… November begins toay, and all across the world writerly types are sidling up to each other and whispering out of the corners of their mouths, “Are you doing it this year?” IT, of course, is NaNoWriMo, the month where housework and personal appearance are tossed to the […]

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