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Writing news update

NaNoWriMo is upcoming (November 1), and I’ve already registered and am thinking about my plot. (I finally have one.) And I think I’ll start with a prologue–again.

An editor asked for the full ms of one of my novels after I sent a query. That makes me feel hopeful…

I have three of my books at Meet the Authors Book Fair at the Eau Gallie Civic Center, Melbourne, FL. That’s November 19 & 20, 2016 from 9:30 AM to 4:30 PM: http://www.floridabooknews.com/

And I received nice feedback on a recent contest entry. ‘Course the deadline isn’t until December 1.


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Productivity, Word Count, and Fiction Writing

Linda Adams makes good points here about writing, including NaNoWriMo, though I confess I focus more on word count than time.  Read her article on writing:

Productivity, Word Count, and Fiction Writing.

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NaNoWriMo progress report #1

Since it’s November 3, and National Novel Writing Month started on the first, you can see that I’m behind.  I did finish reading the novel this will be a sequel to, but I don’t have a plot yet.  I do have lots of characters and a few possibilities…

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Interview with Joy V. Smith

You can check out an interview with me (about me and writing) here: http://morgensauthorinterviews.blogspot.co.uk/2012/09/author-interview-no273-joy-v-smith.html

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NaNoWriMo update

I finished writing my 50,000 words for National Novel Writing Month on November 25th.  Writing 2000 wNaNoWriMo winnerords a day paid off!  I do have to finish writing the story, however, along with catching up with other projects and chores; and December is an extra busy month.

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