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Welcome to the Camp NaNoWriMo Blog This entry will be updated every Sunday, from April 1 - April 30. This is not an April Fool's joke. In fact, I'd like to propose we take a year off to let 2021 play out sans any more antics. I won't be needing a tent or sleeping bag, though I may spontaneously break into a campfire song or two without warning. I will be writing 1,667 words per day for 30 straight days. Unlike its parent event in November, Camp NaNoWriMo allows you to make yo
There's this weird being living in my brain who craves both anonymity and acknowledgment, who wants to live in the shadows but be seen, who cares entirely too much about what people think about the body carrying it around while absolutely knowing the amount of time she spends worrying about that is one-hundred-percent more time than anyone other than her ever does. The cruel punishment of this brain conundrum is the universe, in whatever form you may believe in, gifted me wit
It is by far my least favorite part of being a writer. One would think a creative person would be great at creating marketing campaigns but one would be wrong. It's a silly endeavor, really. You usually start by asking yourself what you're willing to do to break through the tremendous amount of noise already crowding the social media space, let alone the publishing one. What makes my book different than the others out there? Well, to be honest, next to nothing. It is, to put