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October 21, 2018

To write or not to write – that shouldn't be a question should it?

I've decided to join in National Novel Writing Month also known as NaNoWriMo or NaNo (NaNoWriMo is too odd for me to use) this November. NaNo is where people from all around the world write their novel or 50,000 words within a month. Supposedly by joining NaNo, I'm sort of making a commitment to write at least 50,000 or more words but not to finish a novel (it will be a long while before I get to that point).

I'll be working on A Clockwork Journey (a working title) which is basically about a young woman trying to survive whatever comes her way which means I have no plot so I'm just going to write whatever comes into my head. NaNo is really just writing and not to stop and edit or think so you just write no matter how terrible or good bad it is. I did write a few parts to A Clockwork Journey — here are the links:
The 1st Eddy story
A Clockwork Journey - part 1
A Clockwork Journey - part 2

And if I got to something that is worth posting, I'll post it here. I may regret saying this as I have a habit of changing my mind at the very last minute so I may be writing a different story than the above.

So let's meander toward some writing this year by doing NaNo together. My user name is lissa26 if you want to add me as a buddy although I must warn you, I doubt I would check the NaNo site that often.

More about NaNo over here.

4 comments:

  1. Good luck with this challenge Lissa!

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    1. thank you. I hope I will at least write a lot if not 50,000 words.

      thanks for stopping by, have a lovely day.

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  2. How exciting! I hope you have lots of fun and share some excerpts with us.

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    1. I will definitely have some fun and I'll share something during or at the end.

      thanks for visiting, have a lovely day.

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