The first week of NaNoWriMo has passed and we’re onto day eight. The first six days involved me being unimpressed by my plot – or, lack of one – and the only thing keeping the story rolling on were conversations that would need to be deleted upon settling on a plot. They were, and still… Continue reading Why Do I Want to Write a Novel?
Being a young adult is not what I thought it would be. When I was younger, I imagined how life would be when I was older, but I never gave thought as to how I would get there. But now I am a young adult, and thinking back on the last year, it feels strange.… Continue reading On Being an Adult (part 2)
As you may know, NaNoWriMo is fast approaching and I'm excited. While I don't always listen to music when I write, there's something fun in making a playlist of songs that suit the vibe of the story, or match a character's emotions. Here are ten songs for the novel I'll be writing in November. 1/… Continue reading NaNoWriMo 2019 / Playlist
You know what’s nearly here? NaNoWriMo 2019! (If you aren’t sure what that is, you can look at this post where I explain it.) I cannot tell you how excited I am. Last year I didn’t reach 50,000 words. I was going strong, and then halfway through the month I went to Sydney and things… Continue reading Less Than a Month / NaNoWriMo 2019
It’s that time again… Camp NaNoWriMo! I’ve set my goal, cleared my schedule (well, it didn’t really need clearing in the first place), and am ready to write. I’m ready to finish this novel that’s really more short story. I’m ready to like what I’ve written and send it out into the world. I’m motivated.… Continue reading It’s That Time Again / Camp NaNo 2019
Safe to say, I did not reach 50,000 words this month. You may be thinking – Sarah, you still have three hours left of November, you can write more in this time! But let’s face it: I will not be writing anything after this blog post has been sent into the internet world. The first… Continue reading Recap / NaNoWriMo 2018
It’s been a while – all my words are being used up in a novel. We’re more than halfway through the month, and no two days have felt the same. One day I’ll write a lot and be ahead, the next three days I won’t write a thing and I’ll refuse to open the word… Continue reading Day 17 / NaNoWriMo 2018