After not blogging for a month (with the exception of Elena's early birthday surprise) there seems to be a glut of topics to write about, while no single topic feels important enough to be the first.
To get this silly self imposed burden off my shoulder I'll do a shallow recap of NaNoWriMo: NaNoWriMo made November the single most thrilling month of my life.
And I'm exhausted.
I experienced more writer highs since November 1st then my entire preceding life combined (To be fair, I didn't experience my first writers high until my senior year in high school). I learned as much about writing as I did myself while developing a more rich awareness of my creative process.
I also fell in love with Scrivener.
While I didn't write a single 50,000 word novel, I did write two 25,000+ word outlines. One, an epic dystopian sci-fi. The other, a theological autobiography. (And for good measure I threw in a 1,000 word article that got published in Danish. I'll post the English translation soon.) And the best part - I am super energized to keep working on both going into the new year!
Being away also gave me plenty of time to reflect about whats happening on the blog. If your a regular, do let me know if there is particular content that you find compelling here. I'd love to incorporate that into the renewed vision as it takes shape in the coming weeks.