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SciFi-Romance, Valentine’s Day and sexy aliens

Are you tired of all the usual books for Valentine’s Day? Fed up with the flower shops? The romantic dinners in Italy? Always the same scenes and scenarios?

Do I have a book for you! Let’s leave Earth and have a romantic dinner and sexy shenanigans on a space station. You ever wondered about sex in Zero G and what kind of hilarious difficulties might come with that? I wrote a scifi-erotica short story just for you!

 

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Find it on amazon for just 99 cents!

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A quick note

So this:

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…starts in just a few hours!

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My writing project is… everything. I have so many unfinished WIPs, I’m just going to work on everything.

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For the few people who want to read more of Tempting The Dragon, fear not, that story is also part of my project and I have even constructed something like a very rough OUTLINE!

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I know right?!

I’m making this post as a promise to myself to A: stick with it and B: work on some good wordcounts and C: post my progress here.

See you soon and if you also participate in Camp NaNoWriMo — Good wording to you!

960 words, five days a week

Hej! My name is Barbara and I want to write novels.

In 2013 I won NaNoWriMo. It burned me out for weeks.

This year, in 2014, I didn’t win NaNoWriMo. My novel sits at 39k words and I feel so much better! I can just keep going, writing every day.

Some people write 2000 words or more every day. I’m not that person and if I try to be that person, I’ll kill all the fun I have writing and make myself unhappy. Writing towards an impossible goal and never making it, is just frustrating.

So what is an achievable goal? I say 960 words, 5 days a week (because weekends just suck). Think about it, after just half a year, you’ll have a novel of 124,800 words!

Look at that, that is one epic novel!  124,800 words!

960 words per day, five days per week — the no-stress-way of writing your novel!

This website is for The 960 Writers. Come and write with me.