Virginia Woolf said that all you need to write is five hundred pounds and a room of one’s own. She wasn’t just whistlin’ Dixie. To my amazement and gratitude, I’ve been given that kind of support over the last six months by my awesome husband, which has allowed me to work full time on the […]
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Check it out dudes! I’m in the Dudespaper once again. A Modern Interfaith Relationship By Rev. Stella QuinnHigh Priest of Zymurgy As a Dudeist, I’ve had to grapple with the meaning of belonging to a new religious movement in the modern world. Especially since my boyfriend is a Pastafarian. That’s right. I’m in an inter-sorta-faith […]
I finished NaNoWriMo a week early. As of now I’ve got 50,366 words. This only happened because I was insanely prolific the first two weeks. The last week words have only kind of trickled out. I’m hoping the long holiday weekend will give me time to keep working on this story. I’ve hit the word […]
Last year’s NaNoWriMo was pretty painful. Most of what I wrote was crap, and I was up till midnight on the last night, squeezing out every last word of dreck until, panting and broken, I made it across the finish line. This year I’m not having that problem. I’ve got fewer than 15,000 words to […]
I didn’t really need those bags of chamomile in my tea. Thanks for helping, Loki.
Comfy clothes — check. Viking hat — check. Paper — check. Pens — Check.Laptop — check. Mug — check. It’s NaNoWriMo time. My NaNoWriMo project is entitled “Temporary People.” It’s a concept I toyed with a while ago, but couldn’t really figure out what I wanted to do with it. Most of the stuff I […]