Follow one writer’s experience of Nano 2011

Hello,

If you’re curious about how an ML manages to write 50,000 words as well as manage a region on NaNoWriMo – check out my weekly blog posts as The Irish Writers’ Centre’s blog. There first one is up here.

Writing it is an excellent way for me to procrasinate about my novel this year, sigh.

Anybody else blogging about their Nano adventures in the NorthEast this year? I see rycardus is at her blog in Kells.

Happy writing, Grace (ML for Ireland North East)

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About wordfoolery

Grace Tierney is a writer and mother living in rural Ireland. Specialising in a humourous slant thanks to years of reading Wodehouse, Dickens, Pratchett, Brookmyre, and chick-lit galore, her fiction and non-fiction writing has been published internationally and locally in everything from the local paper to anthologies, online media, coffee tins, and glossy magazines in several different countries. She has published three books for writers; “Positive Thoughts for Writers”, “The Writing Contest Expert's Guide to Fiction Contests”, and “The Writing Contest Expert’s Guide to Nonfiction Contests” based on her long-running contest column for Writer Online (available at www.lulu.com/gracetierney). Grace is currently writing her second chick-lit novel. For more information about Grace’s work see www.gracetierney.com.
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2 Responses to Follow one writer’s experience of Nano 2011

  1. galactichobo says:

    Good Luck with it! I’m from the Northeast too (but temporarily living in Dublin) so hopefully you won’t think it too bold if I link to my blog here, full of rants and raves about Nanowrimo and writing gernerally: http://katiemcdermott.wordpress.com/

  2. Bruno says:

    Good Luck with it! I’m from the Northeast too (but temporarily living in Dublin) so hopefully you won’t think it too bold if I link to my blog here, full of rants and raves about Nanowrimo and writing gernerally: http://katiemcdermott.wordpress.com/
    +1

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