Hello, and happy Monday! It snowed where I live, which is really fun because it almost never snows here, and hasn’t in a few years! Anyways, I thought that today it would be fun to do a little wrap up of all of the writing I did this year. It was really cool to look back on all the writing I did this year, and I’m really happy with how much I was able to do. I think that I really grew as a writer, and learned a lot more about myself and my writing. So here we go into a wrap up of all the writing I did in 2021!Continue reading “Writing update: a 2021 writing wrap up”
Hello! I hope that you’re all having a good start to your week. This is my last week of school until winter break, and I’m so excited for that! My ballet performance was on Saturday, and we did the Nutcracker. It was really fun, but it was definitely exhausting and I’m glad to have a break. Because I don’t have dance after school any days this week, I’m going to have a lot more time for blogging, which is nice.
Anyways, I’m really excited for tonight’s post, even though it is coming almost halfway through December. As you may know from my previous posts, I did Nanowrimo this November. Nanowrimo stands for National Novel Writing Month, and it’s when you try to write a novel in a month. This was my second November participating, and I had a really great time. I’m very excited to talk about what I ended up doing, and overall how the month went for me!Continue reading “Writing update: my nanowrimo wrap up”
Hello! I can’t believe that we’re already over halfway through nanowrimo! I meant to get this post out last monday, but that just ended up not happening, so instead I’m bringing it to you today!
Nanowrimo stands for National Novel Writing Month, and the goal for nanowrimo is to write a novel in a month! This is my second year participating, and although it is hard to stay on track and write so much every day, it’s a lot of fun and I thought I’d make an update post about how nanowrimo is currently going for me!Continue reading “Writing update: a mid-ish nanowrimo check in”