By now we are all either too tired to compute OR too caffeinated to feel our fingers as they type but
Don’t give up!
That novel that may look terrible to you, or that looks like it will just never be done, is still your baby. And today I’m sharing with you NaNo Novels that became part of my favorites after (probably) making their author’s life hell all month long
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Can you believe we are already past the halfway point? I can’t. Usually, this is the part where stories get more complex and the plot holes stare into your soul, where all the hype of beginning your novel is gone and you have the (in my opinion harder) task of not giving up.
For this purpose is that today we’ll talk about pep talks offered on the NaNo website and self care for writers.
With special guest JK Rowling (
before she became the disappointment she is today)
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((Fun fact: the prefix “re” in Argentina means “very” so technically rereading a book means reading it very hard))
Do you all know how many sequels are coming on the second half of 2019?? A lot
I’ve decided to dedicate this month to (mostly) re reading books I enjoyed and whose stories I’m getting back into soon so I have all the characters fresh in my mind. Also because the other day I got an irrational urge to reread the entire Green Creek Series and I needed a good excuse to do it.
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While I know most of you are celebrating the summer, here in the Southern Hemisphere it’s peak winter and the shortest day of the year. That’s why today I’ll be sharing witchy books on my TBR, the perfect list to read while warped up in blankets or besides the fireplace.
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