Wannabe Writer is an online group for the un-published, aspiring writer. For more information, check out Sarah's blog Confessions of the Un-Published.
Where I am in the writing process:
Still just the same old, same old. I haven't published anything for Associated Content for a while, but I'm hoping to have some time and write a couple more quicky articles.
I've just about given up on finding publishing sources online. Every one I find that I think would be a good fit seems to fold or not pay. I'm to the point where I don't mind some little things being published without pay (like my current Taking Liberty serial), but I really would like to get some more paying gigs. I haven't heard back from the places that I submitted my stories to before, so this week I'm going to try and make time to go to the library and find the current Writer's Market.
I've actually started picking back my current WIP, I've written about 1000 words this week. And I'm starting on my outline for my novel for NaNoWriMo, which starts up soon.
My current problem:
Getting back into the groove of writing again. I know that I need to really start getting ramped up for WriMo. So I'm trying to get my word count up over the next couple of weeks before I have to switch over to the new book.
My question this week:
Have any of you taken part in NaNoWriMo? What tips or hints do you think would be useful?