This month, as some of you know, is National Novel Writing Month. We dedicate ourselves to writing 50,000 words in a month. Not a complete novel, mind you, but a good chunk of one. Of course, most of that chunk might never see the light of day, but it pours words onto a page and gets us into the minds of our characters or the conflict of the story. A way to let us know whether or not the storyline is worth investing all the revisions and rewrites in its future.
But I digress.
Because of the fact stated above, I won’t be doing much posting this month. I might post an excerpt here or a rumination there, perhaps an epiphany that comes from this journey, but for the most part there will be utter silence.
If you’re curious about the novel idea which has my full attention this month, you can read about it at the NaNoWriMo site on my profile page:
Maybe we’ll see you around?
- All the ‘Planning for NaNoWriMo’ resources you’ll ever need (cheilt.wordpress.com)
- NaNoWriMo Time Management Tip #3: Outlining (writingishardwork.com)
- The Pros and Cons of NaNoWriMo (onewaytowonder.wordpress.com)
- NaNoWriMo: Can you write a novel in a month? (telegraph.co.uk)
- NaNoWriMo 2012! (girlwiththefez.wordpress.com)