NaNoWriMo 2017

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This post will remain stuck to the top of my blog for the month of November. If you’re taking part in NaNoWriMo, let’s be friendly! Also, commenting here is the quickest way to get my attention if you’re gearing up for a group word sprint. Invite me. I love ’em! Let’s make the most of National Novel Writing Month! ::twinkle::

forthright @ NaNoWriMo.org

EDIT: As of 11/15, I’ve “won” NaNoWriMo, having hit 50,000+ words with the third book in my upcoming series. With half a month to go, I’m plunging straight into the fourth book. Why not double up? New goal: 100,000 words!

10 thoughts on “NaNoWriMo 2017

  1. [running commentary]

    While I know a lot of Big Things about what happens in this story, I didn’t get around to Little Things like naming my cast. Getting a slow start on Nov1 because I’m loitering on baby name sites. OTL

    How’s it going for the rest of you?

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  2. [running commentary]

    I adore word sprints. I never really know what might happen. Like a Pivotal plot point that Changes Everything, including the ending … except I didn’t know about it until I started typing five minutes ago. Seriously. Stuff HAPPENS while (while!) you write. O___O

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  3. [running commentary]

    Facing a new story can be intimidating. This one especially, since it will have to meet (and exceed) some towering expectations. But after a solid week of sprinting, I’m more relaxed. Subtle shifts in the storyline have given me new facets to polish. This adventure is gonna sparkle! ::twinkle::

    How’s it going for you other NaNoWriMo participants?

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  4. [running commentary]

    Today, I have to figure out what’s going on in Bk4, which includes naming another cast of characters and deciding how to weave together a fresh batch of subplots. I love this part!

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  5. [running commentary]
    Only three days left, and I’m all O___O because I don’t think math is on my side. Anyone else cramming words together in a rush to the finish?

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