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I am gearing up for Camp NaNo and wrote a short story to give some background for my main character, Lillian. These events happen just before her senior year of high school – I’ll be writing about her during her … Continue reading
“There’s this really cool thing called National Novel Writing Month and you write 50,000 words in a month.” “You mean one of those long, ninety-two day months, right?” “Not exactly. I mean, November.” “One of the shortest months?! What about … Continue reading
Camp NaNo starts next week and I might throw up. I’m signed up with a plan to write 50,000 words during the month of July. Usually, November’s NaNo is reserved for this crazy endeavor, but, I figure if I want … Continue reading
A couple of years ago, I decided to enter a short story competition offered through Writer’s Digest. The prompt was: You return to the house where you grew up, only to learn it has been condemned. Interesting topic, so I … Continue reading
I’m not going to lie – one of my favorite things to do when I find a spare couple of minutes is light a ton of candles, tune into the Enya channel on Pandora, grab a glass of wine and … Continue reading
I have a planning process for writing. It usually begins several weeks before I begin writing and one of my favorite parts is character planning. I love creating people and giving them hopes, dreams, and their own particular brand of … Continue reading
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Writing From Where I Live
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Appreciating the hard things in life
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A literary blog of poet, playwright and essayist Rachael Stanford
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How to write your novel, find your readers, and stay sane while doing it.
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