Here we go

nanowrimo, writing
30 days. 50,000 words. No outline, characters, or setting.

Logic is canceled until further notice.

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nanowrimo, writing
Vaguely, of course. Not to the point of having an outline, and only two placeholder (sort-of) characters, but it might be enough to get me going come November 1st. Yay.

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Why, yes, I'm my own archnemesis

nanowrimo, writing

Dear __marcelo,

Well, you did it. You've gone and pledged your November to the pursuit of the month-long novel. Whether this is your first or eleventh NaNoWriMo, we're thrilled to have you writing with us.


I've tried a couple of times before, and dropped off fairly quickly. Let's see if old age has strengthened my commitment to sustained masochism.

ETA: Also, new writing icon. It's from Planetary #9, "Planet Fiction," although not as badass as razorsmile 's selection from the same comic.

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damian, 666
No way in hell I'm going to find the time to write 1,700 words a day, even disregarding the problem of coming up with them (which on itself is a problem; all the ideas I believe in are for short stories, and the ideas for novel-length stories feel phony; I think I just don't have a novel in me right now, which is worrisome for my writerly self-image, but there you go).

Now I will go and drown my shame in tea.

Na.No.Wri.Mo: Day 0

damian, 666
Unprovided with original learning, unformed in the habits of thinking,unskilled in the arts of composition, I resolved to write a book. Edward Gibbon.

I have plot to run for maybe 2K words, no time to write this, no protagonist, no reference materials, no outline, and no realistic chance in hell of turning it into a novel, much less a decent one.

This ought to be fun.

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