I have a new website. You have visit it by clicking the link www.RochelleBradley.com. It has all my author information like...soon to be released books. Yes, that's a thing. It will be happening this year. Stay tuned for the preorder.
My new blog can be found here BLOG. National Novel Writing Month is coming in November. This year I will be posting daily visual writing prompts along with encouraging words. Hope you'll join Wrimos world wide as we write fifty thousand words in thirty days. You'll find the details on the Nanowrimo site. Check my blog daily during the month of November to help you get word count.
Thanks for checking in. Happy Writing!
In mid October, fellow ML Styrch and I gave a Nanoprep mini-seminar for the Antioch Writer's Workshop. The week leading up to it, I became nervous. I hadn't stood in front of a group and made a speech since speech class in college- and that was about bra types (fun class and I got an A). The night before the seminar I verbalized these concerns to my husband. "Why are you worried? This is your thing." That simple statement bolstered my confidence.
My NaNoWriMo story began in 2008 when I was first introduced to it by a friend. I love the challenge of nano. The first few years I remained isolated and didn't attend any functions. Oh, how that has changed. Now I plan the write-ins and parties. This will be my ninth year participating and my second year as a municipal liaison. I've also participated in several camps.
Through NaNo, I've defined my genre. Alone, I couldn't decide if my stories were chic-lit or paranorma…
Official NaNo name/region:
bhoney, Dayton Title of 2016 NaNo project
and genre: Breakout, YA horror How many years have you
participated? I have done NaNo 5 times and Camp NaNo 8 times. How did you find out about
writing for NaNo? I’d heard other writers talking about NaNo, but didn’t really
know what it was. I finally decided to look it up and see what all the fuss was
about and knew I had to give it a try. Of course, that was like 2 days before
NaNo started so I didn’t have much time to prepare, but I decided just to dive
in and hope for the best! LOL I get asked a lot what advice
I would give aspiring writers. My biggest advice is to find out what method
works for you, whether you’re a plotter (someone who outlines and plans it all
out before starting) or a pantser (someone who writes by the seat of their
pants and discovers what’s going to happen as it goes) or a mixture of the two.
Either way, I find the most motivating thing for actually finishing a
project—whether it’s flash fictio…