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NaNo–2016

It is almost November, which means it is time for National Novel Writing Month. This year I will be focusing on the script and panel descriptions for my graphic novel project in 30 days. Wish me luck! (For more information on NaNo, click here)

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Chapter One–Aamu is Dead

Check out the first chapter of my graphic novel Ashes: The Graphic Novel here and here.

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Comic Publications!

Check out my first published comics at The Odd Ducks, “Memory: A Comic based on the thoughts of Lynda Barry” and “Louhi Steals the Sun and Moon,“based on the Kalevala. And here is the latest letter I received from Theresa.

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NaNo–Day 2

I made it to 5,673 words. Thank goodness for word sprints on Twitter and prompts to get the juices flowing. And of course, Chai Latte for fuel.

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NaNo–Day 1

And so National Novel Writing Month of 2015 begins. Tip for next year: clean house in October, and not wait till November 1st. I made it to 2,232 words. I did several writing sprints.

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Goals for 2016

Since 2008 I’ve chosen a word to dominate my goals for the year. Create was my word for 2015, but I would like it to also be my word for 2016, along with Cultivate. I’ve tracked my goal progress for the last two years on this blog. It has helped me see how I’m doing …

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The Letter Project–Letter from Theresa

Look at what I received in the mail from Theresa here.

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Letters and Mail-Art

I joined the International Union of Mail-Artists. Check out my profile here. I will be assisting Theresa Williams with The Letter Project. For information on how to participate, click here.  

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Grand Rapids Zine Fest

I had a great time at the Grand Rapids Zine Fest. My Table. While in Grand Rapids, I visited three bookstores, Argos Book Shop, Redux Books, and Schuler Books & Music. I enjoyed my gluten-free sushi and creme brulee at Rockwell Republic.

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The IRS Agent

I’ve started a comics project called The IRS Agent. Check it out here.

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