‘Tis the eve of NaNoWriMo and I am proud right now of my decision to avoid the whole thing this year. I have real projects to work upon.
Image by niehoff via Flickr It must be time for NaNoWriMo again. I’m in it for the fourth year in a row. I haven’t talked to Shirl yet, but I hope she joins up again. It’s nice having company on this trek through words and psyche. I am also trying to get used to the shift back to normal time and away from Daylight Savings Time. Speaking of “time,” maybe that’s a good theme. Then […]
I had a visit to the dentist today, to get a temporary crown put in while they make the permanent crown. I am only now getting my brain back together after the painkillers wore off. Not much writing to be done today. 😕 I am not sure what to do with my project for NaNoWriMo… I want to finish it, but I am running out of things to write. It’s not a piece of fiction […]
Even if you were to ask me, and no, this isn’t a covert fishing expedition for compliments on my writing, I would not show you what I am working on for NaNoWriMo. It’s just a great pile of stuff. I am putting down memories of my family so that Peter can have them. Peter, as well as Buck and I, have been estranged from my side of the family for a long time — details […]
Today, I am at Lookout Joe‘s, trying furiously to catch up to my appropriate daily word-count. :coffee: Shirl has zoomed right on by me; my only excuse, however lame, is one that calls upon the principles of celestial dynamics: Shirl lives farther to the north than I do, and so her nights are longer. I’m really very good at coming up with excuses when I need to. Maybe it would help, though, if I quit […]
One thing I have to admit is, that in light of today’s being Election Day, and my ensuing obsession with watching the election coverage, I might not get today’s word-count in. I apologize in advance to Shirl, who is probably typing away furiously now. :nailbite: The good thing about its being Election Day: one is never at a loss, for this whole 24 hours, for a topic of conversation.
By the way, I’m using StoryMill now, not Scrivener or the old Underwood typewriter pictured in the previous post. The writing is… going. The NaNoWriMo server, however, is bogged down in its usual early-days slump.