Advice for Career Writers (and NaNoWriMo Two Months Late)

 

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Way back in November, Bob Clary of Webucator emailed me about writing a piece for their NaNoWriMo promotion. They even wrote questions for me to answer so it would be nice and easy. But because I am lazy a successful copywriter in high demand, I failed to write and publish said blog until now! Oh, as they say, well. Apologies and thanks to Bob and co.

Inspiration Monday: Famous Secret

Never underestimate the power of a good cup of tea.

Adan

Sam

Bryan

Imaginator

Mark

Tara

Lucy

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The Rules

There are none. Read the prompts, get inspired, write something. No word count minimum or maximum. You don’t have to include the exact prompt in your piece, and you can interpret the prompt(s) any way you like.

Inspiration Monday: The Fastidious and the Furious

I underwent an introduction to anime yesterday, courtesy of my brother-in-law. He loaded me up with a few starter series. So continues the slow descent into madness.

And does anyone else find subtitles tiring on the eyes? Or maybe it’s just that I stare at a computer for 10+ hours per day. That could be it.

Inspiration Monday: Faith in Smoke

Busy, busy, busy. I imagine you all are, too – hence the quietude these past weeks.

But my two star InMonsters keep coming back week after week! And always bringing something interesting!

Mark

Tara

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Inspiration Monday: Escalator to Heaven

There’s a lady who’s even richer than the lady who’s sure all that glitters is gold, and she paid the establishment to install an escalator.

Lots of fun packed into two stories this week:

Mark

Tara

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