Month: June 2013

The Clarion West Write-A-Thon Three-Way-Duel Is Go!

Three will compete. Only one will triumph, leaving the others to bite dust. It will be tense. It will be bloody. There will be sweat. There will be tears. The Clarion West Write-A-Thon Three-Way-Duel is go!

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Clarion West Write-A-Thon A La Carte

The Clarion West Write-A-Thon 2013 is go! Over the course of six weeks, I will write 21600 new words of my novel, corresponding to a word every six seconds of my available writing time (see this post). I will not do this alone: you can help me! By supporting Clarion West–through the convenient PayPal Donate […]

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Going Babel

Okay, I write in English, I publish in English, and most of my writing friends are English, American, or Australian (or Dutch, but with the same penchant for writing in their second language). That doesn’t mean I’m not still Dutch! High time then to make my website content available in my mother tongue as well. Make […]

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Clarion West Write-A-Thon

Now I’ve done it. No escape. No excuses. No more easy weeks of seeing how many words I can manage to pound out in my daily commutes. In the six weeks the Clarion West Workshop runs this year, from 23 June through 2 August, I’m participating in their Write-A-Thon, and committed to write 21600 new […]

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