16 Friday Nov, 2012

NaNoWriMo Update 3: The Halfway Mark, Lulls, and French Gangsters

Here we are halfway through the NaNoWriMo adventure, and I finally started to lose a little steam. I’m behind on my word count, 8,525 to be exact. If only I could use all of the words I write for work! Honestly, some of the vigor and motivation had been replaced with a twinge of self-doubt […]

14 Wednesday Nov, 2012

I Still Love You, Mr. Vonnegut

It’s Movember! And, what better to honor Movember than with a post about a great, mustachioed American literary figure— Kurt Vonnegut. Today’s post comes to us from Lisa Kaitz. If you enjoy today’s post and are in need of editing services, please note that Lisa is a Copy Editor. You can find more information about her […]

12 Monday Nov, 2012

Texas A&M, ASTD, Publishing, and Kbuuk

HOWDY! Can we get a big ol’ WHOOP?! First of all, a huge congratulations to Texas A&M University for beating No. 1 ranked Alabama this past weekend in college football. Aside from being Kbuuk’s Resident Writer and Marketing Director, I also happen to be a Texas A&M University alumna. But football isn’t the only reason […]

07 Wednesday Nov, 2012

Pittsburgh: A place for a Dramatic or Thriller Novel

As we usher in the second term of President Obama today, we also continue our journey around the U.S. taking a look at how literature relates to the local scene in a number of different cities around the U.S. Today we’ll be taking a walk through the streets of Pittsburg through the eyes of Dan […]

05 Monday Nov, 2012

Men’s Rules for Reading: Books on Beer, or Something More?

Today’s post comes to us from Christina. As we move forward with Movember, we take a look at some of the rules of reading for men, well, Christina’s man. Let us know in the comments if you agree or disagree. If you’re a guy, what rules you go by, and if you’re a lady what […]

15 Thursday Nov, 2012

What Does Your Facial Hair Say About Your Reading Preferences?

The halfway mark of Movember and NaNoWriMoIn has arrived! In an attempt to find fellows supporting the Men’s Health movement, October contributor Stephen Jabaut took to the streets of New York to find out the literary preferences of men with facial hair. What is your facial hair style of preference, and what do you read? Leave your responses […]

13 Tuesday Nov, 2012

New Beginnings as President and New Beginnings in Publishing

Today’s post comes to us from Christina. She muses over the results from last Tuesday’s presidential election. New Beginnings as President and New Beginnings in Publishing I saw three different friend sets break up on Facebook last week over the elections. No matter whom you voted for, Barack Obama is busy selecting his new area […]

09 Friday Nov, 2012

NaNoWriMo Update 2: That Dog Won’t Hunt

It’s been a week, and I’m still riding my initial high and excitement. The way I’m constructing this novel makes absolutely no sense at all right now. However, it works for me because I never get bored, and I hit my word count every day. So far I’ve only missed one day of writing, so […]

06 Tuesday Nov, 2012

The Presidential Election and Waiting on Publishers – Both Ending!

Today’s post comes to us from Christina. We at Kbuuk remind you to rock the vote. After today we’ll be writing the next chapter in the great American story, and you’re a supporting character, so if you haven’t already voted, go out and do so, and may the best candidate win! The Presidential Election and […]

02 Friday Nov, 2012

NaNoWriMo Update 1: The Beginning

The day had finally arrived. I was really going to commit this time. I was going to write a novel to completion, at least by NaNoWriMo standards. It was going to be a challenge. 50,000 words in 30 grueling days of writing, no sleep, pure dedication, a relentless desire to finish, and absolutely no excuses. […]

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