Category Archives: National Novel Writing Month

Hearts and Flowers

It’s November 21. National Novel Writing Month is two-thirds over and so far has not gone according to plan. It was already out-of-wack on November 6 when I found myself in the hospital recovering from an angioplasty and stent placement. … Continue reading

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Unplugging for NaNoWriMo

National Novel Writing Month starts in a little less than two hours. ( My alarm clock goes off in seven hours.)  I want to write this year, to write well, and especially, to write to the end.   I want … Continue reading

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Am I Ready to Write?

This morning I went to a National Novel Writing Month Kick-off.  Lori Robinett, the Municipal Liason for Fulton, explained the whole concept to the newbies and helped them get signed up on nanowrimo.org.  She had workbooks, stickers, and Black Warrior … Continue reading

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The End of Rose

I’ve been thinking about Nano. At first I thought I wouldn’t do it. It seemed pointless to start another novel I probably won’t finish. Then I decided that’s what nano should be this year. A pledge to finish. The first … Continue reading

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New NaNoWriMo site for 2011 is online

I just took a peek at the new National Novel Writing Month site.  They’ve been promising a complete revamp and came online sometime today.  Almost everything seems to have been wiped clean. My picture is gone, as is my purple … Continue reading

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Getting Ready for National Novel Writing Month

National Novel Writing Month starts November 1. That means I have just one month to get revved up and ready to write.  This will be my fifth year doing NaNoWriMo. You would think after getting it done, 50,000 words, every … Continue reading

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