30 Days Down

NaNoWriMo is done for the year. I'm happy to say that I completed the 50,000 word goal, just barely, but I made it. I posted all of what I completed up until yesterday on my NaNoWriMo 2018 page this morning if you want to take a look. Savannah's story isn't complete, so please don't expect... Continue Reading →

Never Stop Writing

It is the first week of NaNoWriMo, and I'm barely able to keep up. I took a break from writing last month to keep myself from starting something I wouldn't be able to finish before November and to focus on Death's Door. I mainly worked on writing character notes and jotting down ideas, but I... Continue Reading →

Learning to See

I recently read an article about becoming a better photographer. The article suggested that for a year, you only shot film and do not edit any of your photos. I know it's absolutely impossible for me to shoot only film for a year, so I decided that I'm going to shot about 90% film and... Continue Reading →

Going with Something New

I decided to go with something new for NaNoWriMo this year. Something a little lighter, not so dark, and hopefully funnier. I've been trying to change my writing style for a while now and decided to give it a go. And what better time than during NaNoWriMo, when I won't have time to overthink about... Continue Reading →

Mad Dash to November

September is going by way too quickly. NaNoWriMo is now less then two months away. I'm not sure how other participants are preparing, but my one and only form of preparation is finishing my NaNoWriMo story from the year before. I've noticed that without the urgency to get down as many words on paper as... Continue Reading →

A Short Escape

I just got back from a trip to Hokkaido. Summer there is absolutely beautiful. There are wildflowers growing everywhere, and I mean everywhere. From cracks in the pavement to hills just covered in them. I'm just so glad that I don't have allergies or I would have been completely miserable. I had originally planned to... Continue Reading →

Back on Track

Summer has officially arrived. Which for me means hot and humid days and sweltering nights. But it also means longer days, so I actually have a chance to go out and take some pictures after work. After a very busy and stressful May, just being able to go out for a walk after work and... Continue Reading →

Searching for Inspiration

Its been a very slow month for me. With November drawing near, and another NaNoWriMo on the way, I wanted to be prepared this year and finish last year's story way ahead of time. But it just isn't working. All I do is stare at the computer screen and maybe if I'm lucky, I'll type... Continue Reading →

Utter Fail

I finally got a roll of film developed that I started shooting in early January and just finished off last week. It was a roll of ISO 100 Lomography Color Negative film, and I had started it on a sunny day, only to end up leaving in the camera for weeks due to lack of... Continue Reading →

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