NaNoWriMo 2014: And So It Begins…

IMG_0604.PNGThose of you who have followed me for a while know that I took on the National Novel Writing Month challenge in 2011 (epic fail) and 2012 (near win). Last year with my changing jobs in the beginning of November I thought it was a bad idea to try.

Not so this year. I’m geared up and ready to go!

While I am going for the 50,000 words in the month, I will most likely be working on several projects rather than a single novel. Still 50k of new words on ‘paper’.

This year is going to go great. To add extra cool to it, my eldest daughter is taking part under the auspices of the Young Writer’s Program.

So any of you guys going to give NaNoWriMo a try?

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10 thoughts on “NaNoWriMo 2014: And So It Begins…”

  1. Hey I thought about it – I took part in 2008 and won. I’m motivated by seeing you are going it. I’ve got at least one good story in my head so I’ll pop over to the website and see if I get inspired to sign up. All the best to you though 🙂

  2. I’ve been tossing it around in my head, but I can’t figure out how I will have the time since my job demands so much of my time — I’m just looking to use November to get back into the blogging habit!

    1. Use blog posts as part of your word count. Try for 50k of new words no matter the venue 😉 I know lots of people who bend the rules that way… Granted that you’ll be a lot of haikus.

  3. I’m giving it a go for the third year running. 2012 was disastrous, last year was a near win (and I actually recently finished the novel). I’m least prepared for this year, but I can hope!

    Best of luck!

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