Moxie: Smack That B*tch Up

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Moxie: Smack That B*tch Up

We are kicking prose’s ass and taking names. Our attitude dictates that we will not be discouraged by negativity or nay-sayers. We are following our writing dreams and invite you to witness our righteous pursuit of written entertainment

Location: #Publishing, Fiction, Nonfiction, Storytelling, Midwest USA
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Latest Activity: Jul 11, 2013

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Declare Your Daily Word Count

Started by C. L. Kay. Last reply by Audrey King Jul 11, 2013. 305 Replies

This is the place to declare your daily word count. Some days we crack 1000 written words and some days a big fat goose egg.  Whether you want to brag or lament your creative writing skills this is…Continue

Tags: accountability, motivation, community, writing, words

Why don't we ever put our writing first?

Started by Rachel Blau. Last reply by Geri Gibbons Oct 5, 2012. 18 Replies

Why is it that we seem to let our dreams and desires get pushed to the back burner?  I remember being little and had a list a mile long of things I wanted to try, and be, and create.  There wasn't…Continue

Tags: motivation

A Hobby?

Started by C. L. Kay Dec 6, 2011. 0 Replies

Sometimes I'll tell someone that I'm a writer.  Then as the discussion progresses I tell that person I don't write for a living (yet).  They usually respond by saying, "so writing is your hobby?" …Continue

Audience

Started by C. L. Kay. Last reply by C. L. Kay Oct 5, 2011. 4 Replies

Do you think about your audience as you write?  Do you write simply for the story and characters, following where they take you?  Maybe your approach is somewhere in between.  It was brought to my…Continue

Tags: markets, process, writing, fiction, audience

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Comment by C. L. Kay on July 7, 2013 at 6:14am

I'm sorry to hear about your computer.  What a bummer!  Thanks for checking in.  I'm so psyched to read the critiques. 

Comment by jan pena-davis on July 6, 2013 at 4:02pm

CLK...just revisited your blogs...you got some really good stuff there girl...my hard drives are w/the Computer Dr. and I hope to be back in the mix on Monday...if it isn't one thing...but at least I'm ready...Monday is my Happy New year, pretty excited about writing ...send you notes tomorrow (Sunday) after the kids leave!!!

Comment by C. L. Kay on February 2, 2013 at 1:08pm

Hi ladies!  Just wanted to check in and say that me and the little one are doing well.  He'll be four weeks old tomorrow and I can't even believe it.  I'm hoping to pick up writing again very soon.  Miss you gals!

Comment by C. L. Kay on November 22, 2012 at 7:48am

Happy Thanksgiving to all the Moxie girls!

Comment by C. L. Kay on November 8, 2012 at 11:21am

I swear facebook is a drug.  I go on to do one quick thing and it turns into two hours of shennanigans!

Comment by C. L. Kay on November 2, 2012 at 11:59am

http://www.writersdigest.com/online-editor/nanowrimo-giveaway-day-2...  They are giving away a lovely motivator spreadsheet!  Also a bunch of other stuff all month long.

Comment by C. L. Kay on November 2, 2012 at 11:09am

Holy cow!  I just did a master word count for my novel and I'm up 90,402!  I feel like I'll need at least another 50k before I can call the first draft complete.  This is completely out of industry range for a first novel which is typically 80-100k.  Yikes. I'm wondering if I will need to do major cutting or chop it into two seperate books...?

Comment by C. L. Kay on October 27, 2012 at 5:50pm

Grrrrrr, falling into that age old trap where I backread 30 pages instead of writing new ones!

Comment by jan pena-davis on October 22, 2012 at 4:11pm

It's the weather!!!! My kinees and fingers are aching and I love the feel o the air today.

Monday-39 words...it's something...working on homework...

Comment by C. L. Kay on October 22, 2012 at 2:42pm

Hahaha!  Don't apologize.  At least this topic is a concern of our authorship.  Way more relevant than the internet games and random articles I was reading earlier.

 

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