A Musing Grace


November is fast approaching, which means creative people the world over are gearing up for the frantic, fun-filled fiction fest known as National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo).  Participants of all ages will attempt to write a 50,000 word novel in 30 days, often sacrificing sleep, schooling, housework and even sanity in pursuit of the coveted purple winner bar.  As a two time winner of the 50,000 word goal, I know what it’s like to write into the wee hours, coaxing and pleading words and characters into the perfect plot.  Nothing is worse than falling into a rut or running head first into a Writer’s Block.


Fortunately, I am here to help.


Presenting Pocket Muses!  These pint-sized procrastination-aids are the perfect jump start for stalled creativity.  Conveniently sized to fit in a wallet or perch on your desk, these one of a kind illustrations feature muses from a variety of genres to provide you with inspiration for the month to come.  Muses are limited on a first-come-first-serve basis, so get yours today!  All you have to do is make a donation of $5 or more to the Night of Writing Dangerously Fund*.  All proceeds will go toward the Office of Letters and Light so that National Novel Writing Month may continue to inspire us all.


Thank you and Happy Writing!

Do you have an idea for a Muse?  Post it in the comments! (However, I cannot guarantee that suggestions will be fulfilled.)

*Once you’ve donated, be sure to send an email to sophielynette at yahoo dot com with the name you donated under, your desired Muse, and the address to be mailed to.

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