Day 2 – Scrivener Rocks!

Scrivener logoDay 2 of National Novel Writing Month = 1,602 words and lots of fun playing with the writing software, Scrivener.

I’ve had the software installed for a while now (she says like all tech. averse people who know it’s good for us, but don’t want to lose a week of our lives learning it.)

I even took two classes from Dennis Foley at Flathead Valley Community College and met Gwen Hernandez, author of Scrivener for Dummies and a presenter at the Flathead River Writer’s Conference.

Still, it took the pressure of NaNoWriMo for me to jump in.

So far, so good. I’m going to remember that when I find myself completely unable to do something so basic a poorly trained cat could accomplish it.

Happy Writing & Reading!


Eat? Drink? Sleep? Last day before NaNoWriMo!

Tomorrow begins 30 days (and nights) of writing for National Novel Writing Month

Of course, it’s also Halloween, so I’ve got to get dressed up… I’ll take a photo, which may or may not ever see the light of day! And in addition to handing out candy, I’m trying to spend my last day of non-writing freedom, well, not writing. So, this blog post will be just enough to encourage you writers & aspiring writers out there to give November a shot!

My goal, besides the 50,000 words on a new novel, is to post the ups and downs of the endeavor every day of November…


 NaNoWriMo quote

Happy Reading & WRITING!



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