Sunday, October 11, 2009


Well then, I signed up on a site to write a novel from start to finish in the month of November.

The actual winning process works like this:

From 12:00:01 AM, local time, November 25 until 11:59:59 PM, local time, on November 30, all participants who have written more than 50,000 words can have their winning word counts verified by our site. Uploading your novel to the Word Count Validator makes your NaNoWriMo victory official, gets you listed on our Winners Page, and routes you to the secret spot where you can collect this year's winner's certificate. It will also turn your word count bar purple.

Since I can't start writing any prose for the actual novel until the month of November, and I can't seem to write an outline to save my life, I've decided to write bits of prose spontaneously on this page to encourage myself to write more, and the first bit I write on November 1st will be the start of my novel.

Creative prose soon to come ...


  1. What kind of book? I was planning to participate myself, but I'm 40k into a current manuscript and I probably won't finish by the beginning of November. I'd rather not stop my current project and start a new one, so I'm a little torn. My current stuff is all medieval fantasy, but I'm considering working on an urban fantasy next.

  2. Good luck with your fantasy novels, you have more guts than I do. I can't imagine writing a fantasy novel, but on the other hand I've read all of three (and enjoyed 1 thoroughly, and found the other 2 mediocre).

    As for my story, it's taking shape. I'll provide more information when I've figured it out. ;-)