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Learning, earning, writing and socialising

Do you remember week 48? I know it was a while ago so you might have forgotten. For me (Kate Bentham) Week 48 has been sneering at me every time I logged on. It’s been playing on my mind. It’s

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The Ghost of NaNoWriMo Yet To Come

We’re very impressed that Karl S Green has completed another National Novel Writing Month, having penned a whopping 150,021 words. Not one to sit back and simply enjoy his achievement, Karl is already looking ahead and planning next years NaNoWriMo,

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The Ghost of NaNoWriMo Present

Karl S Green has been participating in National Novel Writing Month again this year. In this blog Karl writes about the target he has set himself and how he has been managing to write 5,000 words a day and catch

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The Ghost of NaNoWriMo Past

Karl Green has a history of picking up the annual November NaNoWriMo challenge, of writing a novel in the month. In this post, he summarises his past NaNoWriMo novels which went up to six-figure word counts and became opportunities to raise

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A NaNoWriMo Carol

Many of you may be aware of November being Movember these days, but how many are aware of November also being NoNoWriMo? Karl Green is participating in this global annual event to write a novel during the month, and not

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