WE EACH FIND OUT BY DOING—WHAT OUR CUP OF TEA IS…AND WHAT FLAVOR!
This January, I am looking at what I learned last year, so I can do better this year. The first post was about Christmas, but now the festive season is well and truly over. Epiphany (the feast of) has come and gone, the Christmas decorations have been put away (with the exception of the one that got missed, which will now sit on the windowsill until Michaelmas*) and it’s time to think seriously about what 2013 has taught me about writing and what that means for 2014.
*I don’t know when that is either. But it’s a long time from Christmas and it sounds good!
First, partly because it’s the most recent lesson, and because it encompasses some other things I’ve learned about me and writing this year, I have learned that…
…NaNoWriMo is not for me (don’t all faint at once).
For those who don’t know, NaNoWriMo is…
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