I wanted to start this update with my favorite post of the week. I just love Tameri and if you haven’t visited her blog, here is your chance.
Be Amazing with a Little Swagger – I read a quote recently that said “You control the way the world perceives you.” (It was Dr. Phil, but a good quote nonetheless), which is how I am going to approach returning to America in 17 days, 21 hours and 36 minutes, but’s whose counting. Not that I plan to create some persona that’s not me, but what I have learned most from my adventures in Asia is not be afraid to show people how cool, weird, happy, strange, passionate, funny, different and gorgeous (haha) I am. This article speaks to that and so much more.
NaNoWriMo Daily Updates – The best of the week
This was a no brainer.
The Point of NaNo by Amanda Fanger
10 Tips to Help You Finish YourNovel and/or ‘Win’ NaNoWriMo by Jenny Hansen
When the Going Got Tough, I kept Going. And it Worked! by Misha at My First Book – I am so proud of Misha. If you remember her post from last week: NaNo Doubts, it is so great to see her back on track.
Must. Stop. The Voices. Nanowrimo Internal Dialog by Suddenly Jamie
I was featured in not one, but two NaNoWriMo related interviews, check them out at Change the World with Words and Donna McNicol’s My Write Spot.New Followers Holly Elizabeth Music Jaimie at Be the Spark Ravena Guron Sergio Bastante And Then There Was One Iniriba’s Blog Kirsty at The Last Word From Me Tracy Constantine Thomas at OnTopic Reviews C.T. Westing Sage Doyle Lleighh at Hello World! The Living Notebook Sean Sandulak Ink and Page Next Weeks Schedule – extended version Monday, November 19th – The Fitzroy – come check it out with me. Tuesday, November 20th – Tattoo Tuesday – Ava Esterby November 21st – 28th – Blog Break Thursday – November 29th – SQM (Sydney Quotes the Movies) – Anna Karenina and my celebration of the Love Triangle Friday – November 31th – Guest Post on My First Book Sunday – December 2nd – My Weekly Update – December is going to be fun.
*I may do some random post if time permits, but my goal is to finish my NaNoWriMo (20,000 words) novel, finish my Camp NaNo novel (15,000 words) and then prepare for my big move.
I would love to hear how everyone else is doing on NaNoWriMo. I want everyone to win. So, keep writing. I will be, too.