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The HB Notebook Challenge and Another Week in the NaNoWriMo Diaries

November 19, 2020 by Sarra Cannon

A Writer's Life | Planning And Organization | Writing Tips

How is your NaNoWriMo going? It’s been another rollercoaster week here. But we are over the hump now and the end is in site!

The life of a writer… it may seem all sunshine and roses, but there are cloudy days and roses sometimes have thorns. For me, this week has been a little of both… Just remember that sunny days are always just around the corner and you can’t appreciate a rose without its thorns!

This week’s videos are below or watch the full NaNoWriMo Diaries playlist here.

Day 11: A Difficult Day & A Look At My Outline Wall

Day 12: Making Progress! A full writing day vlog

Day 13: Editing The Witch’s Key Throwback Vlog

Day 14: Day In The Life of A Writer Mom Throwback Vlog

Day 15: My Weekend Writing At A Hotel

Day 16: My 40k Words Reward!

Day 17: November Notebook Challenge

You may encounter many defeats, but you must not be defeated. In fact, it may be necessary to encounter the defeats, so you can know who you are, what you can rise from, how you can still come out of it.

– Maya Angelou

That’s a peek into week 2 of my NaNoWriMo. It’s just past the half way mark of November. How are you doing? Are you where you want to be at this point? If you are, YAY! If not, remember that you still have almost two weeks to reach your goals. And I have faith that you can do it!!

Be sure to keep an eye on the Diaries for more writing tips and vlogs on my routines in the next week!

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Sarra Cannon

Hi, I'm Sarra!

I have been self-publishing my books since 2010, and in that time, I've sold well over half a million copies of my books. I'm not a superstar or a huge bestseller, but I have built an amazing career that brings me great joy. Here at Heart Breathings, I hope to help you find that same level of success. Let's do this.

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