Category Archives: Nanowrimo

National Novel Writing Month posts

Why (And How) Writers Write

Last month, SG Browne, Dana Fredsti, and I chatted at the Borderlands Cafe about why writers do what they do.  The event was organized by Scott as a way to encourage more writers to join the San Francisco Writers Coffeehouse, … Continue reading

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Another Write-in Tonight

Tonight is the third Nanowrimo write-in I’m hosting at the Borderlands Cafe in San Francisco. If you are local, you should come and write with us, whether you are doing Nanowrimo or not. Every writer is welcome. So far, the … Continue reading

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No More Heroes is out today!

This is it!  This is the culmination of the last year’s work. No More Heroes, the third book of my space opera trilogy, comes out today. It’s the 13th book with my byline on it to be published. When I … Continue reading

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My First Write-In

I’ve been doing the National Novel Writing Month since 2003, because I find it entertaining to struggle to write a novel in a month.  Some years I’ve succeeded. Some years, I’ve crashed and burned.  Every year, I learn something more … Continue reading

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Retreating/Revising

Last week, I was lucky enough to take a few days out from my life to go back to the Gilchrist Retreat Center.  I went with my friend Mart again, for two half days and one glorious rainy day that … Continue reading

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