I may have promised you all a winning blog post about NaNoWriMo… it’s late, but here it is!
Yup, that’s me!
There’s the proof.
I hope everyone who took part in NaNoWriMo got something out of it, even if you didn’t reach your 50k word count goal.
All the best in your writerly endevors for 2017.
What does ‘Lá breithe shona duit’ mean?
Can you guess now?
It means: HAPPY BIRTHDAY!
That was in Gaelic, just in case some of you were wondering…
It’s Coffee2Words’ 2nd birthday and boy did that come around fast. I can’t believe I’ve been blogging and reviewing for 2 years. Wow.
What says ‘happy birthday’ to a book nerd more than a cake in the shape of a book?
I was sitting at my computer the other day, I probably should have been working on my novel, but the words just aren’t coming when I think about Bal or Eve, so instead I stared blankly at the screen, the spiteful little cursor blinking fiendishly at me. I put on some music, I’m working my through a music playlist put together by someone else on Spotify (there’s been some good writing tracks!) and this tumbled out of my mind and onto the screen. Continue reading
No, I haven’t been on a killing spree (although my trainer asked me this morning if I’d been to Melbourne recently as he nodded to the news coverage of the recent double murder down that way) I don’t think I look like a killer!
I am of course!
But only when referring to that time when a writer must kill off a character in their work.
Normally I write about things in a primarily writerly or readerly sense here, but today, I feel that I need to highlight something I’ve been talking about with a few of my friends that spans across ones whole life.
The need for inspiration and encouragement in your life and the effect that can have on you.
*insert incredibly long, painfully guttural scream of impotent rage here!*
Yep… that is how I feel right now.
Guess what we studied last week in class?!
Can ya guess?