Here you'll find current musings, as well as the archives from two blogs of yesteryear: YoungMarriedMom and What I Learned While Writing a Novel. Please comment and share. We love well when we are in conversation with one another.
Figuring out what to do next with your novel—when to do something “next”—is perhaps even tougher than getting the whole thing down on paper. There have been more than a few times when I’ve been tempted to just get my manuscript out of my hands already. For example:
The list goes on.
Talking about writing a novel and writing a novel are two very different things. The phrase “easier said than done” comes to mind.
If you’ve experienced any of the above, stay tuned for how I knew that my manuscript and I were, in fact, ready.
I have yet to go through the process yet, but I do not look forward to it.. I am still in the first draft writing process for NaNoWriMo, I look forward to your tips
I hope my experiences can make it a little easier for you. Maybe you won’t make the mistakes I did! Heads up that NaNoWriMo didn’t work for me. Give it a shot for sure, but don’t lose hope if it’s not your style. Good luck! Happy writing!
Thank you. I love reading other people’s experiences. It reminds me I am not the only new writer. The only person who dreams big. So far NaNo has been keeping me on track and motivated, other than that it is all me. Happy writing to you too
That’s wonderful. Keep it up!