Na No Wri Mo is a fun-filled month of frantic writing if you are anything like me. Why is frantic? Glad you asked, it is because you agree to write 50,000 words in 30 days. For me and my wring process that’s a lot! There are many organized and informal writing events or opportunities that go on with Na No Wri Mo to help us along
I have participated twice in Na No Wri Mo, once formally in 2015. I went to the designated meeting spots (one was a Husky 24 hr. Restaurant) in Calgary where I met with a dozen or so crazy writers and we waited until exactly 12:00:01 am on November 1st before we started writing. It was a lot of fun, to be with a plethora of young enthusiastic writers.
I also participated in a second Na No Wri Mo in 2016, which saw me chained to my own computer. Which was just as successful. But not nearly as fun!
I’d love to have a group of us form an informal writing support group. I don’t know what this could look like. But I’d love to hear from you if this interests you! Drop me a line at firstname.lastname@example.org
It is true 7 years ago I released my first book in the A Warrior’s Heart Trilogy. A Warrior’s Heart: The Awakening. OMG, where has the time gone? It just seemed like yesterday I was afraid to let people read it. Then I was afraid on release day no one was going to buy it. Now my baby is 7 years old! That is amazing.
If you’re one of the millions of people that feels called to write a book, whether it’s to leave a legacy, share a message or program, or find greater purpose and fulfillment…
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I started Writing A Warrior’s Heart: The Promise just over 2 years ago. I wrote about 5 pages and then I stopped. With out any real reason, I just couldn’t seem to find the words. Every-time I sat down to write, nothing manifested itself on to the pages.
Though “THE PROMISE” was never far from my heart. It was just that the words didn’t want to come. Well last weekend Calgary, Alberta, Canada got pounded with a snow storm and I was stuck inside the house for the whole weekend. Oops that’s a lie, I did go outside and shovel snow at least three separate times.
But, there was creative magic in being stuck inside that weekend because I could do nothing besides, shovel snow, watch Netflix and write. Let me tell you write is what I did!
It felt awesome to be in the magical world of Graham and Master Akio once again!