1667 words a day, for 30 days…

I’m in. I was on the line because I have no clue what to write about. I can write things that have already happened, but write things that are make-belief? We’ll see. I have no plot ideas, but No Plot, No Problem, right?

What this means: probably a whole lot less blogging during this month. But I have a few fun things planned for November that you will like, I promise.

So: goals for November include writing a novel, continue my morning routine (ie: running), hold down a full-time job, and not die.

Perfect.

Anyone else other than Beth, with me in this thing? Tanya?

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  • http://twitter.com/bethaf Beth (@bethaf)

    Does it not count if I write memoir? Because that is what I MOST want to write. I have a fiction idea, but it’s not as well-formed. Maybe I should try it anyway? I don’t know.

    • http://jessversteeg.ca Jess Versteeg

      Unfortunately it doesn’t count. Fiction only. I’d love to write a memoire, too.

      • http://twitter.com/bethaf Beth (@bethaf)

        NaNoWriMo Update: I doubt I’ll hit the 50,000 word mark, but my memoir project lasted one day, and my fiction project has lasted 6 and is still going “strong.” Soooo, I’m winning against my previous participation record from 2010.

        • http://jessversteeg.ca Jess Versteeg

          Good job!!! Way to go!

  • http://www.facebook.com/mclairel Marie-Claire Lebel

    I seriously thought about trying it… but I don’t think that would be a good idea while being in university. I wrote 20,000 words in less than a month 5 years ago and it was already crazy! But I might finally correct and complete that novel, as I’ve been wanting to do ever since…

    • http://jessversteeg.ca Jess Versteeg

      I did my first time in University! You’d be surprised how you can make time. You just have none to waste!