Abigail Wyvon

I should be writing, but I'm probably reading

Category Archives: Wheeling the Streets

NaNoWriMo Conclusion

“I hate writing, I love having written.” ― Dorothy Parker. I’m a little late posting this, but… I did it! I’m a winner of NaNoWriMo! I actually wrote my book in a month. After taking over five years to write my first novel, it seemed nearly impossible to write my next in only thirty days. …

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My First NaNoWriMo

It’s about that time of year again! National Novel Writing Month starts at midnight. Writers from around the world will attempt the daunting task of writing a 50,000-word novel in just one month. I’ve never participated in this event…until now. This will be my first year, and I must admit I’m a little scared. My …

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Hey, I’m Swimming Again

I lost sight of the shore. I stopped swimming. The longer I stayed out, the farther I got pulled back. I must not have drowned, though, because here I am. I’m swimming and back on track to reach the shore. Hello world! It’s been a while, huh? Up until about a month ago, I had …

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Meet Tom and Christy

You met Ava and Mack in my last blog post. Now, I’d like to introduce you to Tom and Christy, the other two characters in the new book I’m writing. Name: Tom Dunken Nicknames: Age: 47 Height: 6’1 Physical appearance: Long blond hair, long beard, always wearing an old pair of jeans, and a Carhartt …

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Meet Ava and Mack

Meet two of the four characters in the book I’m writing now. You might notice some of the questions are not answered and that’s because they either don’t apply to the character or it would give away part of the mystery in the story. Some of these things might change as I continue writing. The …

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Inspiration Struck

This is for you, Rachael. I’m posting after dinner instead of in the middle of the night. Anyway… These past couple months have been rough. I haven’t had much energy to do much reading or writing. My heart and mind just wasn’t in it but was elsewhere. I got tired of it and needed a …

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