NaNoWriMo 2016

Offering the chance to shout-out if you participated in NaNoWriMo this year. Even if you didn’t “win,” consider yourself pelted by confetti and twinkles! Every word that makes it onto the page is progress. Well done, fellow writers!

4 thoughts on “NaNoWriMo 2016

  1. I think the three stories I began/worked on, plus the apparent dissertation I’m writing about this fictional game I created for one of the stories (no joke the story is about 9000 words long at the moment, the history/mechanics/scope of the game I’m writing separately just passed the 4000 words mark…mind you this game was supposed to be a minor component of the story…but then I decided I wanted to focus on it more so I changed the story from fantasy to murder mystery fantasy with the game at the center and I lost track of what I thought would be more fun to write about…) I’m close to about 25000 words altogether. Just…not on a single story.

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    • I love the unexpected twists a story takes once we start telling it! Might be my favorite part… and the reason I can’t wait to get down to business every morning.

      Good work! ::confetti toss::


  2. I participated this year, although I didn’t reach ‘winner’ status. But that was rather expected, seeing that I am also getting ready to complete my first semester of grad school! I got about 13,000 words written, although not exactly as part of a story. I decided to explore a character I had been working on who is a writer. My chosen method was to create diary entries which span ninety years of her life. It was an incredibly interesting experience, and I have learned a great deal about her! I’m hoping to use her voice to write original stories. Congrats to everyone who participated, yay!!

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