NANOWRIMO an avenue and obstacle to success

I know NANOWRIMO is still a couple of months away, but to really do it is a commitment and that means some of us need to start thinking about it now… Let me say at the outset that I am a NANOWRIMO fan. I like the idea and the organization. Johnson Farm, my first publishedContinue reading “NANOWRIMO an avenue and obstacle to success”

Change and ‘normality’ (one round of many)

A few months ago two really important things happened at the same time: my wife graduated with a doctorate in instructional design and I released Johnson Farm: my first novel, my first nanowrimo win, and a book that I was forced to admit really did need a sequel (and after I promised myself I wouldn’tContinue reading “Change and ‘normality’ (one round of many)”

The good (and bad) of NANOWRIMO (Part 1)

I know it’s still a long way till November, but since the book I just finished and the novel I’m editing right now are NANOWRIMO wins I might as well start talking about it now… For those who aren’t familiar, NANOWRIMO means National Novel Writing Month. It is an event and an organization that canContinue reading “The good (and bad) of NANOWRIMO (Part 1)”