Guy L. Pace

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Character Motivation

I use Twitter as a resource. If you follow me or check my Twitter profile, you’ll see I follow less than 200 people, and followed by just a bit over 200 folks. The folks I follow are one of three types: old friends, information security folks, writing folks. I say folks, because Twitter profiles are Continue Reading

2013 NaNoWriMo Done

I finished my novel and am a NaNoWriMo winner for the second time. Yes, the novel is a first draft. It needs work, editing, rewriting and a couple other pairs of eyes looking it over. In a few weeks, I plan to read through it and do some rewriting. For now, it is a pile Continue Reading

Half-way in NaNoWriMo

Yesterday, November 15, I logged more than 25,000 words in my NaNoWriMo project novel. I hit the half-way target on the half-way day. While that is a good thing, it means I still have 25,000 plus words to write to complete NaNoWriMo and be a winner once again. The novel, it seems, will run a Continue Reading

Prep for NaNoWriMo

We are a week away from NaNoWriMo. If you plan to participate, sign up now! This year will be my second. I had so much fun writing that first one, and having a completed first draft in 30 days, that I’m going to do it again. If you have always wondered if you can write Continue Reading

NaNoWriMo is coming

I made some good progress on the current novel, but National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) is coming Nov. 1. There are some other ideas floating around in my head and there are some support meetings this month in the Spokane area to help with getting ready and planning. NaNoWriMo makes November an intense and productive Continue Reading

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