When I have free time for blogging, I spent most of the time drafting posts for the upcoming publications. It has never been a smooth process considering that I have general ideas but when it comes to the details, I would just stare at the screen contemplating the words to use – to start the post off and then go clueless on what comes next. Cartoon source: Danziger / New York Times
One with the skill of good penmanship, it is said that Year 8 student Prakriti Malla in Nepal has the most beautiful handwriting in the world. Image source: www.studyinternational.com
Some people’s penmanship skills are truly amazing and fine – it defines art at one’s fingertips and beautiful structure of information at the same time. In case, you are not sure about the meaning of penmanship, Merriam-Webster defines it as the art or practice of writing with the pen or quality or style of handwriting
The writing event of the year is finally here – NaNoWriMo or National Novel Writing Month.
The Unexpected Mission is the title of my entry for 2009’s NaNoWriMo and it has taken me about 11 months to complete it to my satisfaction.
(It is not easy to participate in a NaNoWriMo but once you have started, you are on an exciting ride. Cartoon source: http://theideagirlsays.wordpress.com. Copyright @ 2006 Debbie Ridpath Ohi)
(Steve Job’s same style of shirt, jeans and shoes over the years – this looks like a series too. Image source: Pinterest)
It is the time of the year again for a quick flashback of the path that this blog has taken throughout the year 2009.
I am sorry for not writing very regularly for the blog.
It is just that I have been busy with work and during the night and on the weekends, I have been “burning the midnight oil” on my novel for the NaNoWriMo 2009.… [Click to read the rest] “NaNoWriMo 2009: Nearing 50,000 Words Closure”