A book that I was writing for the Month of November, is not done, but at least I have cover!
Last week I had mentioned that I was participating in the challenge to write a book in 30 days; I did not succeed. So many things were happening in my life, and I hate using that excuse because, you make time for things you value. People spend hours on there phone, watching YouTube videos of people showing what a $4,800 apartment can get you in New York, instead of, oh let’s say, writing more chapters in their book (so not me though). I just couldn’t help it, writing for a blog and writing for a novel are two very different things. I enjoy writing for my blog because I can talk about multiple different things, coming up with a story is hard, here’s why.
I’m not sure if I had mentioned but I recently just started watching The Game of Thrones. George R.R. Martin was the author of the best-seller books, “A Song of Ice and Fire,” I guess some people read the book and was like, yo, I can see this as a TV series and a bunch of other writers by the Continue reading “Mundane Friday: Update on my book…”
A little update of how my writing has been. (Nanowrimo.org)
The month of November has been… Okay. I’ve actually been reading more than I have been writing, I just feel more in a reading mood than actually thinking of words to come up with. I have been writing some but I’ve also been a little distracted as well. Wanting to write out my outline but I keep feeling as if there’s a road block, which has caused me to not be able to sit and focus. Feeling a little down about the situation, I almost didn’t want to do the November Challenge, until
Continue reading “Mundane Friday: National Novel November Month”
It’s November 1st! Let’s start the writing challenge off write! Lol
I never mentioned this before, but I’m trying to write a novel. I have about 6 chapters but I can’t seem to generate anymore ideas for the book — I feel like this process is way bigger than how to cure writers block.
It’s like my mind jumps around like a toddler asking a thousand questions. Trying to keep coming up with ideas and focus on the outline I just couldn’t do it. So one day while browsing the internet, a website by the name of National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWritMon), that seemed like it would help me.
This is not a promotion for the website, I’m not getting paid or anything but maybe some of you, the readers, have the same troubles I am so why not share my findings with you all. While Continue reading “Wormhole: Writing November #NaNoWriMo”