Artist's Way

Come Join my CampNaNoWriMo July 2018 Cabin

Come join my cabin!

Hi! I am writing for July Camp NaNoWriMo too! My Book is called “Path of the Morning Star” which is a creativity book from the point of view of a Native American Witch. My Indian name is Morning Star in Ojibwe it is Wabun Anung. Medicine of the Morning Star is Hope! My goal of my book is to give hope to artists from my spiritual perspective. I am from the Mohican Tribe. I am inspired by Vision Quests, Moon Circles, Book of Shadows, Tarot, and Oracles.

I have an 11 year writing streak with NaNoWriMo with 13 wins. My word count goal is 50,000 words. I am also celebrating my birthday July 11. I am planning to vlog my Camp NaNoWriMo on my YouTube channel.

Do you have a cabin yet? Would you be my writing buddy?

Wenona Lee Gardner
Mohican Tribe
White Turtle Rainbow

Artist's Way

My favorite actor/writer Wil Wheaton Answers My Question About 3 Strategies to Keep Enthusiasm Writing Long Term Projects!

OMG! My favorite actor/writer Wil Wheaton @wilw just responded to my question on what is Wil’s 3 strategies for maintaining momentum & enthusiasm in writing long writing projects! Read Wil’s well thought out answer here & my lengthy enthusiastic response about @CampNaNoWriMo!😍


Camp NaNoWriMo April 2018!!

Creatively I am writing in Camp NaNoWriMo. I am working on Camp NaNoWriMo writing a self help book. My idea is to focus on encouraging creativity and inspiration through Native American and Witch Spirituality. Like Native American Archetype of the storyteller and Kokopelli the disabled Flute Player and the creative powers of Mother Earth. I strongly admire Julia Cameron’s work The Artist’s Way but you can clearly see her Catholic roots in her writings. I was hoping to write creative essays inspired by the Native American and Witch spiritual teachings.

What creative things are you up to lately?

Wenona Lee Gardner