Making Camp NaNoWriMo Work When Life Doesn’t

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Here’s how Camp NaNoWriMo goes for me: I pick out a writing project that I’m psyched to write, yet I find myself with the mantra “I’ll start it tomorrow” because of work and family commitments and errands until I find myself with the month over and no words written.

Has this happened to you?

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10 Songs For Writers About Writing

10 Songs For Writers About Writing via KLWightman.com
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Some songs you add to a playlist so that you have music to listen to while you write. Just like you have songs to pump you up for your writing session or celebrate what you accomplished after your writing session.

Then there’s the playlist of songs that honor your story as a writer. That’s what you’ll find in this music list.

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For Real?! How You Can Correctly Use the Interrobang

For Real?! How You Can Correctly Use the Interrobang via KLWightman.com
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When it comes to punctuation marks, the interrobang has by far the coolest name. But like its function, the word interrobang came from a merging of two words based on its two roles within a sentence.

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20 Ways to Write More Throughout the Year

20 Ways to Write More Throughout the Year via KLWightman.com
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You can’t search for ways to write more as if each day of the year is the same. Some days are longer or shorter than others. Some days are warmer or colder than others. Some days are more eventful than others.

You have to craft a writing strategy that allows you to write more season by season.

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7 Correct Ways to Use the Ampersand

7 Correct Ways to Use the Ampersand via KLWightman.com
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In this day and age when emojis and memes are an integral part of virtual communication, it’s tempting to write with symbols instead of words. Just because it’s more fun doesn’t mean it’s accurate.

Yes, I’m talking about the ampersand.

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