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!
Tomorrow begins 30 days (and nights) of writing for National Novel Writing Month www.nanowrimo.org
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…
Happy Reading & WRITING!