If you’ve never heard of Nanowrimo, get yourself over to C A Husted’s blog and see what it’s all about…..
Nanowrimo, or National Novel Writing Month is where really silly people decide to write a 50,000 word novel in one month, yep, one month. It starts on the 1st November and ends at midnight on the 31st. To consider to be a winner you have to have written 50,000 words (which you then have to upload to get verified before you get your winners certificate).
Ok, we’re not really silly people as such, most of us are in full control of our faculties, most of the time But, it is a challenge, it does make for a hectic month, and if you manage to do the full 50,000 words you’ll be so sick of your WIP you’ll want to dump it in the nearest river! Just kidding with that last bit
This will be my 3rd year as a participant (if you want to add me to your buddy list over there I’m angelchildvikki) and this year I’m a CoML to boot (like an area rep).
Now, I have a problem with this years Nano. I was intending to do my Mills & Boon novel. I did my “WIP Bible”, all the planning sorted, and I’m ready to go…..but, I’m doing the Faber course, so wouldn’t it be a better idea to concentrate on the Faber novel for Nano? Trying to write 2 novels at the same time, during Nano is madness, right? *slump*
Why do I always get myself into these messes? My husband despairs lol.
So it appears that I need to make a decision, seriously. Damiano and Kate just may have to go on the back burner until April
And talking of Nano, if you’re passionate about it Suzan Butler and Anushka at Finding My Creature are both looking for bloggers who would like to do guest posts about Nano during November, I’m tempted.
So, will you be Nano-ing this year?
- To NaNo or Not To NaNo? (jamigray.com)
- To NaNo or Not To NaNo? (7evildwarves.wordpress.com)
- NaNo What – O? (cahusted.wordpress.com)
- NaNoWriMo is right around the corner! (melissamwolff.com)