Nanowrimo 2012

Wow, I can't believe I forgot to mention this in October. And by now, it's the second day of Nanowrimo. Or National Novel Writing Month for the longer version. 

For those of you who doesn't know what Nanowrimo is. Here's a quick recap on it. 

Nanowrimo: Write 50 thousand words in the month of November. 
The website is nanowrimo.org where you can find out more. 
And if you're under eighteen and still want to participate but don't want to write 50 thousand words, then there's always the YWP version at ywp.nanowrimo.org. It's nice because you can choose your own word count goal. 

It's hard because of life getting in the way (or cleaning the house in my case) and even harder if writer's block decides to visit you. But it's fun because it forces you to write the novel that you've always dreamed of. And, it will get you somewhere in your writing life. 

And that's the thirty second speech* for it.

As some of you may know, this is my second year of actually doing the writing challenge. And as some of you may not know, this is my second time to write on my fantasy novel Immortality Doesn't Exist (for more info about the book, look on the my book(s) page of my blog). Only this time, it's a rewrite. Meaning everything is going to be different (kind of).

This time, I'm going to write the full 50 thousand words (maybe more), and hope that school won't get in the way that much. And for the moment, I'm okay, kind of. I still need to write another 1,6667 words for today.

Join, as well, there's still plenty of time to do that. Even on November 30th, though it would be hard to actually write 50 thousand words in a day.

And if you haven't done so already, check out the finally updated Nanowrimo page that's located at the top.

P.S Add me as a friend on either the Nanowrimo and/or YWP site, I'm 1018mockingjay on both.
thirty second speech - Where you tell people what you know about that subject/object/whatever. 


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