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The NaNo Novel Mix-Up

On the 1st of November, 2012, I began writing the first draft of what would later become Dead and Buryd. Since then, every November I sat sat down and written the first 50,000 words of the next Out of Orbit … Continue reading

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10 Tips for NaNoWriMo

With NaNoWriMo a week away, I decided to share my tips on winning the 30 day challenge of writing 50,000 words. After five years of attempting NaNoWriMo and failing repeatedly, I have now completed it three years in a row. … Continue reading

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Words, Names, and New Languages

Working on Fight or Flight, I’ve realised that the smallest things can slow you down. Most notably, spellings. Now, I’m not talking about the spelling of English words, words that will be caught on a spell check. I’m talking about … Continue reading

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NaNoWriMo and New Novels

You can tell that I don’t come from a family of writers. Not that my family aren’t supportive, they are, remarkably so in fact seeing as my chosen career ambitions have so far been financially fruitless. My father and sister … Continue reading

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