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Trying This Again Okay, so like……… I was worried because it seemed like no one was excited about all the products I put designs on. Turns out my stuff isn’t showing up in my storefront yet. Oops! It’s a known… Read moreMy Stuff

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I like to get ten pages a day, which amounts to 2,000 words. That’s 180,000 words over a three-month span, a goodish length for a book — something in which the reader can get happily lost, if the tale is… Read more

amandaonwriting: Learn more about the author here “There are no dull subjects. There are only dull writers.” ~ H.L. Mencken -writerswrite

amandaonwriting: Learn more about the author here “There are no dull subjects. There are only dull writers.” ~ H.L. Mencken -writerswrite

Hey there! So, I recently saw an article about sort of outlining novels/fantasy on a bullet journal. You would take notes on characters, geography, plot, progress and all. But I was a bit busy when I saw it, so I lost the article. Would you happen to know any posts about bullet journaling for a writer/novel/fantasy? It would reeeeaaally help me! Thank you!!!

Hi! I haven’t really read up on it before, so here are some pages that I found: http://deborahkalin.com/blog/2015/10/writing-fiction-and-the-bullet-journal-method/ http://deborahkalin.com/blog/2015/08/wherein-our-author-finds-inefficiency-more-efficient-after-all/ http://deborahkalin.com/blog/2015/10/i-had-one-job/ http://bulletjournal.com/ https://www.reddit.com/r/bulletjournal/comments/43sjb7/any_novelistsfiction_writers_use_the_bullet/ https://www.pinterest.com/rachaellucas1/writing-planning-for-writers/ http://barrymorris.net/3-bullet-journal-tips-for-writing-a-book-paper-or-anything-else-that-matters/ https://jennimyburgh.wordpress.com/2015/04/07/bullet-journal-the-writers-answer-to-getting-things-done/ http://www.cre84me.info/organization-introduction-to-the-bullet-journal-method/ Some of the other sites were flagged by my anti-virus, so be on the… Read moreHey there! So, I recently saw an article about sort of outlining novels/fantasy on a bullet journal. You would take notes on characters, geography, plot, progress and all. But I was a bit busy when I saw it, so I lost the article. Would you happen to know any posts about bullet journaling for a writer/novel/fantasy? It would reeeeaaally help me! Thank you!!!

Hey there! So, I recently saw an article about sort of outlining novels/fantasy on a bullet journal. You would take notes on characters, geography, plot, progress and all. But I was a bit busy when I saw it, so I lost the article. Would you happen to know any posts about bullet journaling for a writer/novel/fantasy? It would reeeeaaally help me! Thank you!!!

Hi! I haven’t really read up on it before, so here are some pages that I found: http://deborahkalin.com/blog/2015/10/writing-fiction-and-the-bullet-journal-method/ http://deborahkalin.com/blog/2015/08/wherein-our-author-finds-inefficiency-more-efficient-after-all/ http://deborahkalin.com/blog/2015/10/i-had-one-job/ http://bulletjournal.com/ https://www.reddit.com/r/bulletjournal/comments/43sjb7/any_novelistsfiction_writers_use_the_bullet/ https://www.pinterest.com/rachaellucas1/writing-planning-for-writers/ http://barrymorris.net/3-bullet-journal-tips-for-writing-a-book-paper-or-anything-else-that-matters/ https://jennimyburgh.wordpress.com/2015/04/07/bullet-journal-the-writers-answer-to-getting-things-done/ http://www.cre84me.info/organization-introduction-to-the-bullet-journal-method/ Some of the other sites were flagged by my anti-virus, so be on the… Read moreHey there! So, I recently saw an article about sort of outlining novels/fantasy on a bullet journal. You would take notes on characters, geography, plot, progress and all. But I was a bit busy when I saw it, so I lost the article. Would you happen to know any posts about bullet journaling for a writer/novel/fantasy? It would reeeeaaally help me! Thank you!!!

amandaonwriting: Learn more about the author here “Every rejection is incremental payment on your dues that in some way will be translated back into your work.” ~James Lee Burke