An essay reflecting on my years as a Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) survivor.
I posted an accidental blog post with an old Camp NaNoWriMo word count. So here’s my more updated word count.
Here I discuss my December short story that I’m dedicating to my nephew. It’s my last short story of 2018... officially anyway.
This is my official story announcement of my November short story. Officially. Dedicated to my sister. October was her birthday month but I dedicated my October story to my Dad (who also has a birthday in October). So she gets November.
November is my ambitious catch up month. And I’ve been behind my schedule. I thought I was going to be on schedule. But, I’m not.
I finally finished my October story (about Abraham Lincoln) and update you on my progress on my November catch up month.
I announce the inspiration behind my October story is my Dad. And learn the lesson you don't mess with the muse! #amwriting #12monthofstories #blog #OctoberShortStory
So I don't really think there's such a thing as writer's block. But there definitely is a thing called procrastinating and I do THAT and it causes something that looks like writer's block!