Abigail Wyvon

I should be writing, but I'm probably reading

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The Book That Changed My Life

I started writing novels in third grade. My first story was about two twenty-somethings from a small Montana town who went to New York City in search of love. I wrote only a few chapters. A year later, I started writing my next story, Haunted House on Halloween Street. Like the first story, I never …

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Writing Community Support

Most people in my life think I love writing. Ha! I don’t love writing; I love having written, though. Writing is hard. It’s difficult to get in the writing zone and to stay in the zone. There are too many distractions! I procrastinate and I’ll do just about anything to avoid writing. There’s a dirty …

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A Writer’s Questionnaire

Chilly weather, football, leaves falling, pumpkins—Yes, fall is here! *Sigh* I don’t know about you, but I’m glad the hot weather is gone. A couple months ago I got a library card! You would think that I, a major bookworm, would already have had a library card, but I did not. Now I have access …

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NaNoWriMo Round Two!

It’s pouring rain outside, my Facebook feed is flooded with people in their costumes, and I see pumpkins everywhere. NaNoWriMo must be here! NaNoWriMo 2015 was my first year participating in the event. I still can’t believe I wrote a novel in a month. Well, I’m pleased to announce I’ll be participating in NaNoWriMo this …

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Writing Has Me In The Corner

March was a busy month. I didn’t get much writing done, but April is a different story. I can’t escape writing this month, it’s surrounding me. All my writing projects are pushing me in the corner demanding that I write them, demanding I feel them and spend time with each of them. They’re fighting each …

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My novel, Lucky Star.

Here I am, blogging and mentioning the book I’m writing in my posts and yet, no one knows what my book is about. I think it’s time to share the details of my novel, Lucky Star. I’m not yet sure what my book blurb will say, you know, the summary on the back of the …

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