Hellooo. If you follow me on Twitter then you know that I've been shouting about NaNoWriMo from the rooftops since around August and you're probably sick of me by now. But tough. I'm back to talk about NaNoWriMo some more. Every year I make and share a bullet journal (or bujo) layout and share it … Continue reading NaNoWriMo ’22 Trackers!
Recently I was listening to the Write Minded podcast, which is a podcast by Brooke Warner of She Writes and Grant Faulkner of NaNoWriMo. There was an offhand comment during this episode about how 'NaNoWriMo is on the horizon' which put the fear of god in me. For anyone who's new to the term NaNoWriMo … Continue reading Camp vs NaNo
Chapter One of Supervillain Soulmate is available now!
In a city filled with superheroes, there was never a dull moment to be found because where there were heroes, there were inevitably villains. Everyone in Brawn possessed a power to some degree. Those with grandiose powers, or at the very least grandiose egos, took the hero track to join the Saviours. A team of Heroes tasked with keeping peace in the city and protecting the lives of its residents.
Everyone else? Well they just went about their normal everyday lives. Some used their powers to aid them in their chosen field of work, while others preferred not to use them at all.
Then there were the villains. Those who chose to revel in chaos, using their powers for evil and disruption.
Nora, a medical intern, is just hoping to finally meet her soulmate. Not for her world to come crashing down around her.
You can find the Supervillain Soulmate…
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What the heck is Seriality? Seriality is a blog/website dedicated to sharing writer's stories chapter by chapter, helping writers to build a close relationship with their readers whilst also connecting with other writers. Sakinah came up with the idea and came to me with it and we decided to run with it. Finally, after many … Continue reading Seriality, Supervillains and Soulmates
Every year, I make a NaNoWriMo tracker in my bullet journal to track a things such as the official word count vs my own word count, any progress I make through writing sprints, and a way of checking off each 1000 words written. All of these things are also trackable on the nano website, but … Continue reading NaNoWriMo Tracker
I barely read anything in 2020. I started reading a few books - Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire, A Handmaid’s Tale, Vox, A Darker Shade of Magic, Midnight Sun and probably more. But I didn’t finish any of them. SO. Next year i’m taking part in the 2021 Popsugar Reading Challenge. My aim … Continue reading 2021 Popsugar Reading Challenge