NaNoWriMo Time – Part 2

Yes, another NaNoWriMo post.  If you’d like to ignore it, be my guest, I just need to get this off my chest.

Why do I write?  There are a lot of reasons, I’m just not sure of all of them.  I started young, grade seven or so, when I started writing stories.  I think it was to combat the fact that I was in my seventh school in seven years.  My father worked on the railway and I moved around a lot so I never had a consistent set of friends.  Books were my source of entertainment and the characters in those books friends. Continue reading “NaNoWriMo Time – Part 2”

NaNoWriMo Time!

It’s November 1, NaNoWriMo time.  For those that aren’t aware, November is the time when over 300,000 people try to write a 50.,000-word novel.  November only has 30 days so that means a pace of 1,667 words per day.  And when viewed in that perspective it doesn’t seem like much.  I mean, I probably write that many words in emails every day.  Some days more.  And these daily notes?  500+ words.  But a novel? Continue reading “NaNoWriMo Time!”