50 thousand words within 30 days. The challenge is different for everybody and even the outcomes different every year. What makes one year easier or harder to complete? Does it only have to do with external forces: jobs, kids, family, responsibilities? What do you really have at the end?
Continue reading “NaNoWriMo 2021: At the Turn of Tomorrow #4”
Two weeks down. Sixteen days to go. I don’t know about you, but I feel like I’m never not going to be done writing my first drafts. Continue reading “NaNoWriMo 2021: At the Turn of Tomorrow #3”
The 2021 NaNoWriMo season has gotten off to a rocky start. With celebrating Halloween this year, rather than spending it as a normal day, November 1st came and went without me sitting down to write. I spent the first week of NaNo scrambling to catch up that single day. Continue reading “NaNoWriMo 2021: At the Turn of Tomorrow #2”
From week 1 to the final days of October my goal of 10,000 words during the month has come and gone. (Don’t mind the fact there are still technically 3 days left before the start of November.) Continue reading “The Edge of Death: Update #12”
The first week of October trying to reach 10,000 words by the end of the month has gone very well. Some would say extremely well seeing as I’ve hit a milestone in my writing I never have before. Continue reading “The Edge of Death: Update #11”
If it’s your first time participating in National Novel Writing Month or your 10th, you can make the month what you need it to be to reach all your writing goals. Writing begins on November 1st to reach 50,000 words by the end of the 30 days and while there are plenty of rules, you have to keep in mind there aren’t any rules. Continue reading “NaNo Prep 2021: At the Turn of Tomorrow #1”
My writing goal during September was to reach 10,000 words by the end of the month. After spending a year in the deepest writing slump of my life I have managed to reach my goal and more. Continue reading “The Edge of Death: Update #10”
As you can see, the third week of spending the month of September trying to rack up 10,000 words has gone extremely well. Continue reading “The Edge of Death: Update #9”
Operation write 10,000 words during September, week 2, has been filed. Continue reading “The Edge of Death: Update #8”
I haven’t given up. That is the most important thing. Continue reading “Edge of Death: Update #7”
It’s once again the season of writing. NaNoWriMo 2020 is upon us. And in these thirty-one days I am looking to write 15,500 words before the event on November 1st ever begins. Continue reading “The Edge of Death: Update #6”
I told you guys in Update #3 that I finished with writing Part One of, The Edge of Death. But I didn’t. Soon after I posted that update I changed my mind…again.
Continue reading “The Edge of Death: Update #5”
I’m writing when I can, going for both a notebook and a keyboard. Continue reading “The Edge of Death: Update #3”
As it stands, The Edge of Death is now at fifty thousand words and remains unchanged since the end of November in 2018 — meaning the project is now already a year old. Continue reading “The Edge of Death: Update #1”
Your memories do not belong to you.
Continue reading “Ephemeral”
In a city of thousands, only a handful remain.
Continue reading “Fallout”
You can’t die when you’re immortal.
Continue reading “The Edge of Death”
Indelible will be either what she overcomes or what she succumbs to.
Continue reading “Bound by Ink”
This time, he will fight for the living.
Continue reading “Reap Life”
What would you do with all the time in the world?
- Started on November 1, 2013 for the National-Novel-Writing-Month challenge.
- Stands at 14,000 words of a tentative 85,000-95,000 words.
- Undergoing 1st draft.
- Science Fiction
An important anniversary is approaching, and Theodore is about to be placed in the middle of the celebration. Time is about to tick over into its first eternity.
Theodore is mediocre at everything he knows, but he’s talented in everything he tries. When Time chooses Theodore to become one of its prodigies, known as a Timer, Theodore takes the offer no questions asked.
Theodore is given the ability to stop and start time at will, to become a master in everything he has ever wanted to learn. The Timers are groomed to be the best in their field, talked of and studied for centuries after they’re gone. To be teachers during their lives and spread their knowledge.
But that’s not enough for Theodore. There is only one last lesson to master. Time itself.
What would you do if time was yours to control?