It’s November 5. I should be at 10,000 words in my NaNo novel by the end of today, were I on my usual NaNo schedule, but unless I can pound out 10k words today, I don’t see it happening.
That’s right, I have zero words written so far. It’s National Not Writing Month for me.
What can I say? A gal’s got to have priorities. As much as love NaNoWriMo, now is not the time for me to participate.
On a brighter note, I have a new idea for my story. It came yesterday, spawned by something my dad said. I can see no connection between this idea and the theme I originally hoped to write about, but I’m excited to try to force them together. Pairing two unconnected things seems like an interesting approach to story-writing, no? I’m getting excited about it!
So what do you think? Can I hammer out 50,000 words in two weeks? Are you insane???
Categories: Children's writing
Can you do it? Probably.
Will you do it? Maybe.
Are the creative juices flowing? Definitely. And that is what NaNoWriMo is for. Whether you write 0 words or 50000, it’s the process.
Of course, I need to think that. I’ve only got 1700 words written!