Today is the official start of NaNoWriMo! Are you ready? Well not to worry, I have a few extras to help get you off to a great start!
Day one of NaNoWriMo is officially over for those of us in Japan. I hemmed and hawed all day about how I wanted to start, when I wanted to start and what I wanted to do. Finally around 11 p.m. I forced myself to sit down and just get to it. Am I satisfied with it? No, far from it. But, this is going to be an exceptional learning process. This is day one in a journey for the next thirty days. This journey is going to teach me how to shed my inner-editor and just get the words out. I have a story to tell, all I have to do is get it down, outside of my head. That’s always been the hardest part.
I’m not a planner, I don’t have some great outline that’s propelling me in the direction I want to go. I have a very basic twist figured out and the main plot figured out, but other than that everything else is up in the air. I can already see different plot lines forming in my head, characters traits and flaws developing… It’s a scary but fun process.
So, now that day one is over, I’m looking forward to day two. And I hope that in a week I’ll be looking forward to day nine.
Best of luck everyone!
I’m super nervous, but really excited to announce that I’ve decided to take part in National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo). I’ve thought about doing it in the past, but I never had good, concrete ideas and didn’t think I could keep it up. I always felt like I would fail before I even started.
This time, I’m not sure if I’ll be able to finish it, but damn am I going to try. I’ve had this idea floating around for about a year now, it actually came from a Daily Prompt – Control.
I’ve only ever finished one story before and I want to make this the second one. The first one was a fanfiction for the Outsiders. I wrote it when I was 12, and then when I was 16 decided I hated it and deleted it with the intention of re-writing it. Then I got scared and intimidated by the fandom and never finished it a second time. Sometimes I still think about going back and writing it, just because it was something I really enjoyed. Maybe after this I will.
So, I’ll post a bit about it here, but if you’re doing NaNoWriMo send me a buddy request. Let’s keep each other on track!
I can’t wait to see what happens with Deedra and Madison. This is going to be one hell of an adventure.