NaNoWriMo 2014 – Update Number One

I’m not gonna lie, guys. Today is day 13 of NaNoWriMo. If things were going well (and they obviously are not) I would be at 21,671 words today. But I’m not. I’m not even close. I’m at 3,028 words. I … Continue reading

NaNoWriMo 2014- JOIN ME!

I’ve said it before, and one time before that as well, and oh that other time too. Anyway, I’m sure I’ll say it again. It’s almost November. And that means another rousing month of writing. Just writing until we puke, … Continue reading

Camp NaNoWriMo: Week Two

The virtual cabin’s getting that “lived in” look now. We’re all pretty settled into our novels/scripts/etc. My cabin mates are a talkative, active bunch and really inspire me to keep writing. It’s nice to be able to bounce ideas off … Continue reading

Ray Bradbury’s 52 Week Short Story Challenge

An indie author that I follow on Facebook just announced that she intends to do the 52 Week Short Story Challenge next year as issued by Ray Bradbury in 2001. Sounded like a good idea to me. But first, research. … Continue reading

NaNoWriMo 2013 Week Four Update

Maybe you’re reading this on the morning of Turkey Day (for Americans) or perhaps you have finished your feast and are propping your feet up with your laptop right now. Well either way, thanks for taking the time to read … Continue reading

NaNoWriMo 2013 Week One Update

Since it’s November, I thought I’d do a weekly update on my progress during NaNoWriMo. If you want to join in, you still have lots of time to catch up on word counts. National Novel Writing Month is something I … Continue reading

NaNoWriMo 2013– Write a Novel With Me!

It’s that time again. Almost November and time to punch out a full length 50,000 word novel in the space of 30 days. Though this will be my fifth year participating in NaNoWriMo, I’ve only managed to write a full … Continue reading

New Technology Porn For Writers: The Neo2 by AlphaSmart

Technically, all you need in order to write is a pen and paper.  Or a stick and some dirt.  If you want to get macabre about it, a drop of blood from your finger and a crisp, white bed sheet.  However, I … Continue reading

Introducing POP Infertility Editor, Donna Mortensen!

POP Infertility posted an introduction by editor, Donna Mortensen. You can read the in-depth article here! Donna and I first met through our mutual love of belly dance at a cafe in Maryland. Eventually we found we had a love … Continue reading

Introducing POP Infertility Editor, Maryfrances G. Botkin!

Introducing POP Infertility Editor, Maryfrances G. Botkin!

Late last week, POP Infertility posted a great piece by one of our editors, Maryfrances G. Botkin. You can read the in-depth article here! Maryfrances is a talented writer and newly published author as well as a prolific blogger! And let’s … Continue reading