NaNoWriMo: 5 Ways to Crush A Writing Stall

In my last post, I talked about the 30,000 word slump  – my name for it, anyway. It’s that point in the novel where it all seems to go to Hell in the proverbial hand basket. It may or may not happen exactly at 30,000, but every novel at some point stalls out, completely out … More NaNoWriMo: 5 Ways to Crush A Writing Stall

When Writing Triggers

There’s something that happens to me sometimes, Something that I haven’t talked about with many other artists or writers, but I am sure I can’t be alone in experiencing. When writing fast, when creating off the cuff and uncontrolled as we do in deep journal-type writing practice, or in NaNoWriMo, we have to pull from … More When Writing Triggers