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Starting the Year Off Right: Planning for Pantsers

That time of year, that often-dreaded time of year, has come again. New Year’s resolutions. Just the thought of setting any goals or structure to things like fiction writing can be downright horrifying to one group of authors. Really, you ask, it’s that bad? Trust me, it is. I understand this because I am a…
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January 12, 2018 0

Goal Setting: How It Can Actually Hurt You

“If you keep your products superior and never diminish your quality, you will remain strong through obstacles.” -Martha Stewart I bet you woke up this morning, putting down a to-do list on a piece of scratch paper, ready to punch the day in the junk, right? WAIT! Before you set out to make and keep…
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January 10, 2018 0

Week 2 of NaNo Kicking Your Ass? Fight Back with Word Sprints

Welcome to week two of NaNoWriMo. ARE WE HAVING FUN YET?! Just kidding. According to the favored projections of NaNo, if we’re averaging between 1500-1,666 words a day (or a session, whatever floats your boat), your word count should be in the ballpark of 23,324 words. Sounds easy enough, eh? If not, don’t let week two kick…
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November 8, 2017 1
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