One thing I learned during NaNoWriMo last month was that writing about your writing can often be harder than actually writing your writing. Sometimes it is easier to communicate through the medium of GIF. The same also applies when you have a head cold and your brain is working in a much more visual way …

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A Twitter Journey During October… It may have been a mistake for us both to tackle #NaNoWriMo2017. Writer's block + Writer's block = Tense dinnertime — Not Currently Active (@PhiliBWriting) October 20, 2017 It felt AM.A.ZING to hear my bf explaining my #NaNoWriMo2017 novel outline to people last night! #proud — Not Currently Active (@PhiliBWriting) …

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So, um, yeah. Yesterday this happened…. Is it weird that I am crying? #NaNoWriMoWinner2017 pic.twitter.com/VPFZJo3WME — Not Currently Active (@PhiliBWriting) November 29, 2017 I have NEVER completed anything that I set my mind to before. I am the queen of self sabotage and have shares in procrastination excuses. I am so incredibly proud of myself …

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Yesterday (Sunday 26th) was a ridiculous day. I wrote 5,330 words. Even typing that seems strange to me. How on earth did I manage that? As I mentioned before, word sprints have been really helpful to my progress. This weekend however it went to a whole new level. On the recommendation of the ML from …

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Lets think positively shall we? I have written over 7,000 words this weekend and finally broken the half way point. Finally I have written more than I have still to go. Here are my reflections at the end of Day 19. Sometimes things don’t go to plan. My NaNoWriMo story is one such example. It …

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