Category Archives: Optimism

You mean not everyone prepares this way?

I must confess, my preparations for NaNoWriMo this year could easily be called procrastination. Two weeks before November what was my main focus? Knitting a sweater. What? You mean to tell me that most people don’t count knitting a sweater … Continue reading

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Day 6, or add a bit of color

Word Count Goal: 10,000 And yet another generator: Random Color Scheme If I’m going to catch up today, I need to write more than 5,000 words.  It’s possible, but I’m not sure it will really happen.  I did have a … Continue reading

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Day 4

Word Count Goal: 6,667 Random Chapter Title: Operation Rear View Mirror I’m officially behind on word count.  At just under 3,000 words, it looks like I’ll be typing the weekend away.  Not surprising considering I want a coherent story from … Continue reading

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Jittery

Today, I’m contemplating just how near November has managed to creep.  It’s like I’ve just glanced over my shoulder and found myself staring at one of those Weeping Angels.  No, it’s really nothing like that.  I watched Doctor Who earlier, … Continue reading

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Benefits

When I started this NaNo blog, I figured I would have about half a dozen posts before November.  Turns out, I have a lot more to say.  It’s quite a boost to my spirits that I haven’t resorted to distracting … Continue reading

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Excitement

I have to admit, this year I’m excited about NaNoWriMo.  So excited that just writing a novel in November doesn’t seem like enough work.  Rather ambitiously, I’ve decide to blog about the experience.  This could indicate I’ve spent too much … Continue reading

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