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Novel

So this one time, I decided to write a novel. That’s for another blog post. So I started. I wrote like 400 some pages. I even put the pages into a special binder. I edited, I read books on “how to write a novel.” I bought Scrivener software, I worked with my book coach, we mind mapped, I watched workshops on Jennie Nash and Mary Carroll Moore’s W-Plot, I joined something called Nanowrimo to git my butt in gear (National Novel Writing Month).

Let’s just say I’m still writing. Current questions are and not limited to...

How goes your novel? Are you still writing that book? What’s it about again? Do you have a publisher? Do you have an agent? Where are you at in your process? To answer your questions:

Once Upon a time I started a book, I’m still working on it, there’s been a *plot twist* it may turn into a graphic novel and hopefully they all live happily ever after.

The End.

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betsyconway-proj-novelpages

Novel

So this one time, I decided to write a novel. That’s for another blog post. So I started. I wrote like 400 some words. I even put the pages into a special binder. I edited, I read books on “how to write a novel.” I bought Scrivener software, I worked with my book coach, we mind mapped, I watched workshops on Jennie Nash and Mary Carroll Moore’s W-Plot, I joined something called Nanowrimo to git my butt in gear (National Novel Writing Month).

Let’s just say I’m still writing. Current questions are and not limited to...

How goes your novel? Are you still writing that book? What’s it about again? Do you have a publisher? Do you have an agent? Where are you at in your process? To answer your questions:

Once Upon a time I started a book, I’m still working on it, there’s been a *plot twist* it may turn into a graphic novel and hopefully they all live happily ever after.

The End.

< back to projects & collaborations