In this post I will look back on 2016 and look forward to some of my plans for 2017.
And so NaNoWriMo 2016 draws to a close. Congratulations to everyone who have done their best to win this year (when this posts you will still have some 12 hours to finish)! I am very thankful that I managed to finish – and to finish before a week of chronic illness flares that had me…… Continue reading The Last Day of NaNoWriMo 2016 and a Book Recommendation
Between NaNoWriMo and double deadlines, November simply flew by and in the blink of an eye, it seems, we’re barreling towards Christmas and New Year. Those that follow me on Instagram (less so on Twitter) would have seen me spending a lot of time this past weekend crocheting. A lot of time, and that my…… Continue reading As NaNoWriMo and November Draws to a Close
On the one hand I feel like a bit like this as soon as I start talking about my writing…
It’s day 4 of NaNoWriMo and I am extremely pleased to say that things are really looking up at the moment.
So… Day 1 did not go exactly as planned.
NaNoWriMo is barrelling down on us at (what seems to me to be) breakneck speed and I, along with thousands of others, are busy prepping to write 50 000 words in November.
An End to the Saga of the Flooded Apartment What a whirlwind! These past two weeks have flown by at a breakneck pace for me (which is partly why I haven’t been able to blog properly). But the good news – at least for me – is that The Saga of the Flooded Apartment is…… Continue reading NaNoWriMo, Patreon, and the Saga of the Flooded Apartment
“People only have chronic illnesses because they’re not passionate enough about life.” This statement is probably one of the the most idiotic and uninformed statements that I’ve heard in a long time. Well, apart from “Have you tried drinking more water?” as if every illness known to man (physical and mental) is caused by dehydration and your DNA plays no role in any of it.