NaNoWriMo-induced absence

No time for blogging, Facebook, or watching Star Trek movies with my husband these days. On top of my regular gigs I’m writing a novel as part of the National Novel Writing Month.

I’m 8000 words in and it’s exciting to see what can be done in an hour a day, even in 10 or 15 minute bursts here and there. It really is possible to write a book this way! Or at least a very rough first draft, which is still no mean feat.

It’s part of my 40 things for 40 years challenge to write a book sometime over the next (now) 11 months. It’s a lot of fun.

Have a great weekend and I’ll catch you later.

6 Comments Add yours

  1. Cristina says:

    Yay! I’m so glad you joined. Happy writing!

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    1. Thanks Cristina, same to you (I noticed that you’re doing it as well)!

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  2. Sue Elvis says:

    Marilyn,

    Sounds like you are enjoying your writing! I’d love to hear more about your novel. Is it an adult story or a children’s one?

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    1. Hi Sue. I’m struggling to keep my average daily word count up, but I am enjoying it. It’s my first time. I had no idea about any characters of the plot when I started on November 4 but thought I’d go by the seat of my pants. Now I have my characters and the start of some action and it’s turning out to be an action/thriller novel for adults with some apocalyptic/mystical stuff thrown in. Lots of fun!

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  3. Marilyn, I’m always amazed at how quickly the words add up each day. Keep showing up at your keyboard and your muse will too. You can do this.

    Blessings ~ Wendy ❀

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