NaNoWriMo A Week Away

I can’t believe I’m saying this but I’m actually ready for NaNoWriMo.

This coming week is sure to be a whirlwind. Honestly, I can’t imagine what next month will have in store. I guess time will tell.

While most of my blog posts are fairly short, I’m sure I can manage writing more than a thousand words a day. Or maybe I’ll write ten thousand words every weekend.

But what I’m doing is irrelevant. You—blogger, writer, risk-taker—are far more important.

What are your plans? How will you approach NaNo this year?

25 thoughts on “NaNoWriMo A Week Away

  1. I take it day by day. Every morning I write a to do list for myself to get done that day and I’m going to get my homework done super early (each week starts Monday, so I’ll probably start my homework on Sunday) so I’ll have more time to write towards the end of the week; especially the weekends.

    Plus, I have a bunch of days off from work, so that will help me get more writing done as well.


    1. Mmm I should follow your lead. November is really the time to start working and stop procrastinating. 😛 True. The weekends will save my word count from dipping too low. I wish I could tell my teachers I need a one month break from school or at least homework. 😀


  2. The waiting is the hardest part. I am excited this year because my local ML is organizing a 24 hour write-in at a local Starbucks. It starts at midnight and ends at midnight. I think it is going to be a lot of fun, and hopefully, productive.


  3. I usually have several projects on the go, normally short pieces… for the last month I have been thinking about my long term project and think I will focus on that for the month of November. Although, I still have my weekly blog posts to do and my monthly post for the new website I write for 😉 But I think I can manage.


    1. You sure know how to keep yourself busy. 🙂 Mmm I’ve been thinking long and hard about my NaNo project too. You seem to have a lot going on, but I have faith that you’ll accomplish what you set out to do. Good luck.


      1. Actually, No. I was being sincere, I was unsure of which word to use. Maybe I didn’t choose the best one. But, sincerely, I hope you do really well.


      2. It doesn’t become you ’cause I already know that you’re very intelligent. So, what are you going to write about? 😀


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