Sunday, November 4, 2007

I Heart Nanowrimo

Here are some reasons why I love National Novel Writing Month

1. It's challenging
2. It's fun
3. There are a lot of breakout writers to be found on Nanowrimo
4. It's free (yeah!)
5. It's encouraging
6. You can meet other young writers/novelists out there
7. It allows me the chance to do something I've always dreamed of doing, writing a (complete!) novel.

Even if you don't decide to join this year, I hope you'll check out my profile: Here to see what I'm working on (pretty sketchy so far).

Also, in order to share my love for all things Nanowrimo, I've created a little Novel Tag.

Nanowrimo Name: absolvable
About the Novel: It's about a girl who is a librarian (Archivist) in her world (which is much like ours) and her adventures there.
Novel Title: So far mine is unnamed
Overall Audience: anyone who likes fantasy fiction and a small amount of romance combined, and well, me, since right now I'm the only one reading it.

I tag anyone who wants to do it.


Ps. Hectic! Crazy! Mad! Those three words describe perfectly what's going on right now. Our first performance is three days away! Ack!


Anidori-Isilee said...

Fun! :D

Erin said...

Woo-hoo for NaNoWriMo, even though I'm horribly behind already! *sigh* Hopefully I can make some good progress later on this evening....

I LOVE your idea, sounds like something I'd pick up to read in a heartbeat (a girl who's a librarian! YAY). Maybe someday I'll be able to read it. Hopefully. :)

Bohae said...

Coo-wul :) Hm..pondering the idea Nanowrimo again and again and again...

Sookie said...

Anilee: ^_^ Thanks!

Erin: maybe someday you will...for now it's just very, very rough.
I hope I'll get to read your's too!

Bohae: You should DEFINITELY do Nanowrimo, so much fun!

hwalk said...

I am writing a novel, but honestly, I'm doing 1,000 words a day and skipping some days . . .

Oh well. Nanowrimo is good when you don't have ten other projects you are working on and are going to school full time.

Maybe I'm just lazy.

Sookie said...

Hwalk: Ten projects!!!! I can barely handle one! Plus school. I'm trying diligently to get in one thousand words a day and double it on the weekends since I started kinda late. Good luck!