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NaNo 2010


The countdown to NaNo 2010 has begun, but I’m afraid I’m not going to participate this year.  Already writing a book, and have two others in the revision/revising/querying stage so I have very little mental energy left over for NaNo (which requires a lot of said energy).

Are you up for NaNo 2010?

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7 comments on “NaNo 2010

  1. Alas, I am not participating in NaNo 2010 either. 😦
    A thesis to write, along with a literature review for/start pulling together evidence for a second, plus another term paper…all being said, I’m sure I’ll write 50,000 words, very few of them fiction!

    How’s the querying going?

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  2. I’ve signed up for it this year. It will be my first attempt. Not sure if I want to attempt the first half of a 100k novel or just go for a 50k novella. I guess I need to decide that beffore Nov 1st. 😀

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  3. Heh, I was just writing to a friend the other day that I wasn’t sure if I was going to participate this year or not. I think I may decide last minute.

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    • Deep into my current story. Wrote two scenes back to back (kind of choppy, since the scenes are kinda short) and no idea what I would write for NaNo. I don’t want to get all worked up about it and then do nothing with it.

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  4. I was positive I was not going to do NaNo last year or the year before that. Ironically, those were the only two years I actually completed the challenge.

    I wonder if that means because I am planning on NaNo this year that I won’t complete the challenge?

    Guess I should at least try and come up with an idea . . .

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