50,000 Words Done: NaNoWriMo complete.

It’s the 22nd of November. A few weeks ago, I got stuck in to drafting the manuscript for NaNoWriMo and let everything else slide. On the plus side, I’ve finished drafting the 50,000 words. Here’s a quick rundown of what the month has been like, and what I’ve learned so far … Continue reading “50,000 Words Done: NaNoWriMo complete.”

Switching to Something New.

By Anthony Kentuck – 31st October, 2015

There’s one final thing that I’m committing to change on the eve of NaNoWriMo: I’m writing my novel in Ulysses. Scrivener, the program that I’ve been writing with since I knew it existed, is being shelved for this project. And if Ulysses works out well for the novel, it might end up taking Scrivener’s place permanently. If none of those words above mean anything to you, the rest of this article isn’t going to get any better. You might want to skip it. Continue reading “Switching to Something New.”