Category: Challenges

Reflection: Write Like a Pro

After a long 10 weeks of a challenge, Write Like a Pro (WLaP) has come to an end. I’m not sure how successful it was as a site-wide challenge, but it was interesting enough within my personal writing group, so at least it was… Continue Reading “Reflection: Write Like a Pro”

The Beta Project — An Overview

As I’ve mentioned in the majority of my State of the Author posts this month, I participated in the Absolute Write Beta Project this year. This is an annual event organized by a member of the AW site wherein people submit basic information, a… Continue Reading “The Beta Project — An Overview”

Back from the Dead?

This month’s topic:  ZOMBIES are a July tradition  for WriYe. Do you have a writing tradition of your own? How did it come about? Well, this is awkward. As one of the founding members of this annual tradition… I’m actually not participating in Zombie… Continue Reading “Back from the Dead?”

#editnfriends: Better Late than Never

We’re going to ignore the dates on that image and pretend that I am completely on time with this challenge that Elizabeth Szubert issued. Right? Right. It’s been a while, but I did talk about my editing space back in March, and it’s very… Continue Reading “#editnfriends: Better Late than Never”

Camp NaNoWriMo: July 2019 Project Intro

I am being a crazy ambitious person this month. It’s the last month I have to throw myself into writing full time before going back to the day job in August, so I want to make sure to get as much done as possible.… Continue Reading “Camp NaNoWriMo: July 2019 Project Intro”