Well, here’s the cool thing.
I got a Booktype server up and running on http://booktype.stoneforger.com
What’s Booktype? It’s an online collaboration, authoring, and publication suite.
You can work on your book project alone, in teams, as …
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It’s true, I did it, with time to spare as well. I survived nanowrimo, and wrote a 50,000 word novel. I even got a badge to show-off.
My nanowrimo-inspired novel is done. I’ve started work on editing it, cleaning it up, polishing the rough edges and so on. I want to have it ready for …
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I had completely forgotten about NaNoWriMo (if you’ve never heard of it, it’s a competition/challenge for writers that only happens once a year, in November – see http://www.nanowrimo.org).
So when I happened upon it by chance, I said sure, why not? Which means I have to deliver 50,000 words that resemble a …
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After getting the printed copy of Forge of Stones in my hands, I ran into probably the most important problem authors ran into: editing.
I noticed the book was lacking in editing. I’m not talking about the writing style, or what parts of the story should be left out, tweaked or completely rewritten. In the …
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It’s a kind of natural law that moving forward is the only way to avoid stagnation and death. Though death seems unavoidable (you could call me an advocate of transhumanism if you like), it’s bound to happen sooner or later. But before it does, I’d like to move forward and write some more..
So, I’m …
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