Tag: NaNo

I’m Back from NaNoMehMo . . .

Winning starts with beginning. ¬†-- Robert H. Schuller Well, it's December! Currently I'm sitting next to a halfway decorated Christmas tree and a half-asleep husband, during halftime of the Giants-Redskins game. And guess what? I won at NaNoWriMo. Not only did I win, I over-won by 10,000 words. So why am I only halfway excited? … Continue reading I’m Back from NaNoMehMo . . .

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Ten Things I’ve Learned So Far from My First Try at NaNoWriMo

In honor of the ides of November and the halfway point, here's a list of things I've learned so far from my first try at NaNo-ing: Fifty-thousand words is a lot of friggin' words. ¬†Just sayin'. The pesky "to be" verb family and I should just go ahead and get married since apparently we are … Continue reading Ten Things I’ve Learned So Far from My First Try at NaNoWriMo

NaNo Update and The Daily Prompt

Hi Everyone! Well, I'm still chugging along with my word count for National Novel Writing Month but wanted to take some time out to post an update. My problem now seems to be that my NaNo story is going in a totally different direction than I'd planned. If "characters drive plot" then my characters are … Continue reading NaNo Update and The Daily Prompt