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3 Things I Learned from #3DNC

I didn’t quite finish my 3-Day novel (more on that later), but I definitely learned a lot about the fiction writing process. Here are the highlights: 1. Start With a Simple Genre Organizing would have been way easier had I

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In It to Finish It

It’s Day 2 of the 3-Day Novel Writing Contest and I have 5 pages, including my cover page—a few hundred words at most. And I am proud of it. I spent most of Day 1 building the mythology of my

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3-Day Novel Writing Contest: T-11 Minutes

Me (admiring my sparkly blue mer-nicure): “Hey, Mom? Got any glitter? I think glitter would really get me in the mood…” Mom (exasperated; sighing): “I really think you just need to stop procrastinating and just start writing.” Me (silently, to myself):

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3 Tips for Writing Your Novel

This week I’m at Mami’s house gearing up for the 3-Day Novel Writing Contest. The name says it all: Contestants from all over the world have 3 days to write an entire novel. (Most entries are between 90 and 120 pages.)

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