Find yourself a champion

I get the compulsion not to share your dreams with others. When you do, they become real. When you do, you could let someone down other than you. But you know what saying your dreams out loud also does? It makes your dream real? It’s part of the way there to making the dream a goal. And that’s why this week’s writing tip I want to talk about finding yourself a champion(s).

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Find the time for what you love

You make time for what you think is valuable.

Throughout the incarnation of this blog, I’ve written at various points about finding the time to write. As a person who writes for a living, I know that there is a strong correlation between my productivity and the amount of time my ass spends in the seat! However, writing creatively vs writing to get paid is a bit more complicated.

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Benefits of NaNoWriMo 2020, at the halfway mark

Learning from NaNoWriMo and hopefully keeping these habits moving forward.

We’re about halfway through the month of November, a month in which writers buckle down and set themselves to the seemingly herculean task of writing a novel in a month, otherwise known as NaNoWriMo. In my previous post, I outlined the rules of engagement that Tiffany and I had set out when we began our 2020 NaNoWriMo journey. We both have had small personal failures but we’re still on track and here’s what I’m taking away from it. 

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