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Yes, I 'finished' last week. And yes, I'm still writing like I've got to hit the word count. What can I say? Writers gonna write. As usual, continuing after 50,000 words is actually the easiest part. Of course it is. The world's just that kind. In answer to why I don't take a break after reaching the word count, it's because I can't. It's not just in November than I write every day until I finish. That's my writing style. I'll start a book and write every day until I reach th
Week three, the enemy of all writers. I don't remember feeling it this hard for a few years, but this year hit me. Hard. Week three put me in a slump. Every day was a struggle. Every day I didn't want to write at all, not even a page. But every day I made myself because I'm a writer, and that's what we do. So I battled on, starting to hate this stupid book. But then something amazing happened. I reached 50,000 words. And then everything didn't seem so bad. I say it all the ti
I found week two so much easier than week one! Most days I stormed through my words, and on a few days, I decided to keep writing past my goal of 2,000 words a day. This was the week I fell in love with my story. And thank goodness for that! I had such a slog in week one, and I'm glad to be out the other side. Though I'm already fearing week three, I'm sure I can conquer it. In fact, this time next week, I want to be finished. Well, not finished, but have reached 50,000 words
Here we are Wrimos, NaNoWriMo 2016!
I've been waiting for this for months, and it's finally here!
However, I didn't get off to the start I imagined. I've wanted to start this book for what feels like a long time now, so I thought I'd write a load on day one. Unfortunately, that wasn't the case. Almost every word had to be forced out of me. At one point I stopped and said, "I'm supposed to be good at this."
The good news is, as I stand now, I'm ahead of 3 of my past 5 Na