Interview with Paper Fury

Wednesday, November 25, 2015

    Hiya, lovlies!! Today is an awesome day, because I am sharing a top-secret interview with you! (Okay, maybe not top-secret, but still very fun.) This particular interviewee is a hilarious Australian blogger by the name of Cait. Yup, you guessed it! I have Cait from Paper Fury here with me today, and we are going to chat about all kinds of things. Blogging, NaNoWriMo, books... All kinds of fun stuff, huh? So without further ado, let's get started...

NaNoWriMo Update + Old Laptop Revived

Monday, November 16, 2015

    Hey, my lovely readers! Guess what?? I passed 25,500 words on my NaNoWriMo novel yesterday!!! *squeeeeee* I am over-the-moon excited because I am actually on schedule with the NaNo program! This is my second year to participate, (although, last year shouldn't count because I utterly failed on keeping a serious word-goal. Emma's File, after a full year, just now has 25,000 words in it! Yeah. That's slow writing for me, people.)

    So, it shouldn't be too hard to understand why I am so pleased that I committed to maintaining this somewhat vigorous writing schedule. After all, I always told myself I never had any time to write. And, to be honest, it was kind of true. I didn't have any time to write because I did not make the time to write. I feel like this year, I have done a better job of simply biting my lip and applying myself. I'm not gonna lie, writing every day is hard! But it is so fulfilling and kind of addictive to watch your word-count grow every day. 

NaNoWriMo + Giveaway Announcement

Saturday, November 7, 2015

   So it begins...

   All of the crazed writer-folk are bricked up in their various hideouts, scribbling away the hours and days. It is most likely that these poor people are living off of bread crumbs, chocolate, & copious amounts of coffee. Their friends and family probably don't quite comprehend the illness their loved one is experiencing... They might not understand the large sign on the door that says, "KEEP OUT! (Or I'll create a character off of you & kill them off...)" And needless to say, they might find it odd that the said invalid is speaking to his or herself & unable to concentrate on normal, everyday things.

   It is National Novel Writing Month, people.