I failed Nano, so congrats!! If I had maraca emojis I would use them. 🙂

Reflections on NaNoWriMo 2018.

The NaNoWriMo challenge this year was quite a different journey than last year.  There were a lot of differences in my personal life that contributed to that (going back to work, my youngest starting preschool, my oldest in more dance classes and starting dance team) that definitely constricted the opportunities to write, but it was more than that. These are some of the thoughts I’m left with at the end of the challenge.

One of the best days during NaNoWriMo was a peer critique group meeting day where we held a write-in.  We spent nearly three hours working on our stories and racking up the word count. One of our peer critique group members who is a veteran NaNoWriMo-er created fun challenges for us to complete, put us through word sprints, and rewarded our efforts with chocolates and coffee mugs, the very best kinds of incentives. …

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