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National Novel Writing Month: The End

So, it is officially December 1st. That means National Novel Writing Month ended last night. How did I do?  See for yourself: Sadly, I didn’t win. I was 10,994 words short. Which seems like a lot, unless you consider that I actually wrote 39,006 words in one month. Then it doesn’t seem like quite a [...]

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National Novel Writing Month: Road Block

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National Novel Writing Month: Making Newbie Mistakes

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National Novel Writing Month: Pre-Launch

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National Novel Writing Month: Characters

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National Novel Writing Month: Synopsis and Storyline

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National Novel Writing Month: Getting Started

Now that I have officially decided to disregard intelligence and jump in head first to a project that seems overwhelmingly difficult most days, I have decided to use this blogging space (thank you, Tab!) to write about my NaNoWriMo experience from start to finish – and to be completely transparent about what I am writing and how. An Important [...]

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National Novel Writing Month: Introduction

  National Novel Writing Month starts this November on the first and runs until the 30th! It’s a fast paced, insane ride where participants attempt to write a novel, from start to finish, within 30 days.  The rules are simple: It has to be a novel (so no non-fiction) and it has to be at [...]

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Diaper Bag of Holding: The Children’s Museum of Denver Review

I have recently taken my daughter, who is now 19 months old, to the Denver Children’s Museum! I think we really had a good time! We were unable to catch any of the scheduled events, like the Story Time or the Ukulele Sing and Strum Along, but we still managed to fill our time with [...]

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Diaper Bag of Holding: Withdrawal

Howdy, folks! sorry for the disappearance, but things got super busy on my end – I got a new job! woo! Recently, we switched Satellite TV carriers and no longer get PBS Sprout. It’s been a huge loss for us as Sierra, who is now almost 19 months old, was really into the shows on [...]

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