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Mar 06

Camp NaNoWriMo 2014

For those of you that took part last year, you already know the rules. Don’t forget to pop over to the website and fill in your details for this year’s novel. For those that didn’t, Camp NaNoWriMo is a lot like regular NaNoWriMo. For those of you that haven’t heard about NaNoWriMo…where have you been?! …

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Apr 02

B is for Bibliomancy

Bibliomancy refers to divination by opening a book at random…or in our case, getting a bloody good idea from poking a random book with our index finger. Hell, I’m not picky, you can use your middle finger, thumb, nose, or *cough* other various appendages. It’s up to you really, but whatever fleshy prodding device you …

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Mar 14

Camp NaNoWriMo 2013

Camp NaNoWriMo is just around the corner… WARNING: Camp is taking part during different months to last year. The months for 2013 are April and July. For those of you that took part last year, you already know the rules. For those that didn’t, listen up: Camp is slightly different to “Normal” NaNo…even more so this …

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Apr 20

R is for Raconteur

Everyone has a good anecdote to tell. There can’t be a single person out there that hasn’t stood in a group of people and had them all on the edge of their seats with an amusing story about someone at work, or old crazy Mabel down the street, or that one time a gaggle of …

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Apr 18

P is for Pomodoro Technique

Time for another post about motivational methods you can use to improve your commitment to writing. Today is all about the Pomodoro Technique®, which is a useful way of ensuring bum in seat, fingers on keyboard, and eyes on screen. Some of you may already be using this method, but for those of you unfamiliar …

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