Tuesday, March 29, 2016

We Write Books, Camp NaNo, and Guest Posts, Oh My!

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So, something went right this month and I managed to balance my school life with my writing life. Look at me being a responsible adult. (I hope I didn't just jinx myself there.)

As of this weekend, I have most of my scene descriptions typed out for Crossfire and I'm on track to finish them this week!

That means I'll be participating in Camp NaNo, albeit in a limited capacity. Colleges don't seem to understand that April is Camp NaNo time and they laugh maniacally as they schedule exams during the first week of May. Thus, they ensure that their students will not become famous writers who are able to quickly pay off their student loan debt. It's an evil plan, I tell you.

All conspiracies aside, though, I have to study this month, which means I have to put writing on the back burner for a bit.

That also means I have 1-2 guest posting opportunities coming up. You can use the handy-dandy contact form in the left hand column to get in touch. I accept posts on Christian/clean sci-fi/fantasy movies and books, as well as posts on writing. I'm open to other ideas, too. (If you're looking for reasons to guest post, click here. (I promise I am not as creepy as the last gif. Pinky promise.))

Are you doing Camp NaNo? What's your word count goal? 


  1. Yay! I'm glad you're doing Nano and you've got your edits sorted and you're being responsible and studying and stuff. Best of luck!

    I would guest post for you, but I have no ideas (besides the random stuff that probably should just stay on my blog for everyone's safety). I'll contact you if I think of anything.

    1. I'm very happy--I literally just finished up my scene descriptions for the entire book, so I'm all set to start on it when I get a little free time.

      Yeah, just shoot me an email if you think of anything. I like random stuff, too!


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