Donate to a good cause, and I’ll send you a thank you letter written in your favorite color. ^-^

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Any dollar amount will do, really.  Of course, you’ll have to leave me your email so that I can get your letter to you.  ^-^  You can enter the amount that you’re most comfortable donating, and your money will go to The Office of Letters and Light.  Here is their mission statement for those unfamiliar with them:

We believe in ambitious acts of the imagination. The Office of Letters and Light organizes events where children and adults find the inspiration, encouragement, and structure they need to achieve their creative potential. Our programs are web-enabled challenges with vibrant real-world components, designed to foster self-expression while building community on local and global levels.

Please, stop by the link above for more information. Thank you for stopping by, and have a lovely weekend!

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Thanks to some phenomincally generous donors, I’m almost halfway to my fundraising goal!

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I haven’t quite reached my goal yet, though!  So please continue to donate.  Every little bit helps, from $1 to $100, I’m grateful for every single donation.

PS: If you attach your email to your donation, I’ll send you a handwritten card as a thank you.  You know you want to… I even use stickers and different colored inks to write them.  ^-^

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For my birthday, if anyone wants to make a small donation to my fundraising page, I would greatly appreciated it!

NaNoWriMo Fundraisers meet Birthday Wishes

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Honestly, any little bit helps! If you only have a single dollar to donate, that is still one more dollar that the Offices of Letters and Light will have to fund their young writers program, and continue giving the tools needed so that writers of all ages can follow their dreams.

To any and every one who pays this page a visit, Thank you.   You didn’t have to click through and you did so my appreciation goes out to you just for stopping by.  For those who don’t know me, my name is Tatiana, and I am…

Here’s the link, for anyone who’s interested in checking it out.   Thanks for reading!

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“We are all in the gutter, but some of us are looking at the stars.”

― Oscar Wilde, Lady Windermere’s Fan

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World Building: NaNoWriMo Prep

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Perhaps it’s overly ambitious of me, but I am currently prepping three different novels.  Not because I think I’ll finish all three before the end of November, but because I know myself well enough to know that if I prep only one of my ideas there’s a good chance that I’ll only be able to think of scenarios for one of my other stories.  I don’t want to tell myself that I cannot work on a project when I have ideas for it.

In the interest of doing this, I have begun world building all three worlds.  Now in fairness, I’ve been randomly world-building all three projects since I dreamt them up.  Until this morning, however, I had not yet begun the difficult work of setting up all of the rules that existed within any of these worlds.  To ensure I’ve covered all of my bases, I am working through these…

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NaNoWriMo for Discovery Writers

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I hear all the time through the month of October that NaNoWriMo participants should be prepping their novel by outlining.  Now, I’m sure this works for some people, however I’ve found that most discovery writers – myself included – will lose complete interest in their story once it has been outlined.  Once the story is outlined for a writer who’s greatest joy is discovering the story via the writing process, they will no longer need to write it because they have told themselves the story.  So where’s our list of prep work pre-NaNo?  Why are we forced to sift through the long posts directed toward outliners to find something useful to us?

I have compiled a list of links and posts specifically for myself as well as fellow discovery writers.  Here is what we can do pre-NaNoWriMo to prepare ourselves, our worlds, our characters – our story for writing. 

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― Lloyd Alexander

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Help A Broke Student Pursue Her Writing Dreams via NaNoWriMo & The Night of Writing Dangerously – & it’s even for a good cause!

Help A Broke Student Pursue Her Writing Dreams via NaNoWriMo & The Night of Writing Dangerously – & it’s even for a good cause!.

To any and every one who pays this page a visit,

Thank you.

You didn’t have to click through and you did so my appreciation goes out to you just for stopping by. For those who don’t know me, my name is Tatiana, and I am a writer as well as a student…

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“There is nothing to writing. All you do is sit down at a typewriter and bleed.”

― Ernest Hemingway

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“I love deadlines. I love the whooshing noise they make as they go by.”

― Douglas Adams, The Salmon of Doubt

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