NaNoWriMo 2018 - done and dusted A winner!
Just a very quick check-in. The writing for NaNoWriMo continues, but I'm bushed!
So, I've been absent from my blog this week. Its NaNoWriMo time and that means I am using every free second of the day to add to my word count (target 50,000 by end of November) rather than writing blog posts! So grab your favourite beverage, hot or cold and let's chat about writing, growing trees and OCD!
Yes, I am! As NaNoWriMo starts next week, I was thinking that maybe I should put the word out on WordPress that I am doing NaNoWriMo again this year. I've seen that there are loads of other bloggers doing it too! On the NaNoWriMo site, October has been designated as "Preptober", a time to get … Continue reading Am I actually prepping for NaNoWriMo?
Well, NaNoWriMo is just around the corner and I'm nervous and excited in equal measure! Last year was my first "NaNoWriMo" and I achieved the 50,000-word target. This year I will be doing things differently.
It's ages since I did this challenge! I don't often manage to post in time for many of the daily challenges, but today, I not only have a photo, but I'm also in time - yay! This is for One Word Sunday and this week's theme is monochrome. It thought I'd share a shot I … Continue reading One Word Sunday: Blinding
A post for Becky's square roofs June challenge.
Super-sleuth Dabelle went on a quest to find and understand the words used in South African English.
The final post in Dabelle's "Blogging from A to Z" challenge for April!
Dabelle is nearing the end of the "Blogging from A to Z" challenge for April and has found some extremely interesting South African words in her adventures.