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Tag Archives: writing in cafes
Unpublished Lost Angels interview
Before I move on from all the Lost Angels/Angelus Rose posts, I want to post an interview that I did for someone else’s blog quite a while ago. It was never published, so I thought I’d put it up here. … Continue reading
New Year’s Goals
I always get a charge in the fall, as if the new school year is starting. (Admission: I haven’t been back to school in a very long time.) I get another jolt of ambition at New Year’s. Of course, the … Continue reading
How you can win National Novel Writing Month
This is the talk I gave in September at this year’s Nanowrimo Kick-Off Party in San Francisco. I did Nanowrimo for the first time in 2003. I was a new mom of a two-month-old preemie. Not surprisingly, I couldn’t rub … Continue reading
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
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