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NanoWriMo Update!

So I did decide to participate in NanoWriMo for the first time this year! And it’s a lot harder than I thought it would be. I’m already behind, but it’s a really good motivator, especially if you’ve been suffering from … Continue reading

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Do you NanoWriMo?

November’s just around the weekend, and I keep seeing NANOWRIMO posts everywhere. I’ve never done NanoWriMo, and I’ve been thinking about it. Thinking about if it would be good for me, would it actually give me some structure to my … Continue reading

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Writers, Artists, Creatives: What Inspires You?

Is it music that sets your imagination on fire? Books? Poetry? Movies? Nature? Cultures? Myths? The world is full of wonderful creations that inspire us to delve into our own worlds of fantasy, art, and creativity. We must be open … Continue reading

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Sanderson’s Laws of Magic

Who doesn’t like magic? It creates a sense of wonder and excitement when we read about it or watch it. It makes viewers and readers alike go, “I wish I could do that! Having magic would be awesome!” This goes … Continue reading

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Research, Research, Research

Tonight, I was at my cousin’s house again. This was the first time where we actually started building the characters, but we mainly focused on the main character. As we were working, I told him that we need to do … Continue reading

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