NanowriMondays 3

Nov
19
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It’s that time of year again! Time for the more crazy among us to attempt to drive ourselves batshit insane! I mean… Time to write 50,000 words in 30 days! For the month of November I’ll be replacing my usual Media Monday posts with NanowriMondays (borrowed last year from Casey @ The Bookish Type, who sadly is no longer blogging). They’ll cover my progress, the frustrations and excitement, and some basics of the story I’m writing.

I have bad news guys. I am failing at Nanowrimo. Like big time. I know I was almost caught up last week, but since then life got in the way. I have about a week to finish all of my applications, which means lots of writing for that – personal statements, revising papers for writing samples etc.  I can’t afford to put my entire life on hold just to win at Nanowrimo, especially when I’ve done it once before. So, from today, I will officially no longer be participating. The plan is to continue my writing after all my applications are in.

Thanks to everybody for your support! I wouldn’t have even made it as far as I did without your help!

 

Nanowrimo progress
17,872/50,000




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3 Responses to “NanowriMondays 3”

  1. I don’t even have 10,000 words yet. And I’ve pretty much given up, too. *shrugs* It happens.

  2. […] for  NanowriMondays I finally admitted defeat – the timing just wasn’t right this […]

  3. I was PAST where I had to be and I gave up, though I wouldn’t really call it giving up. I just have no time right now. I do plan to finish my story, though!

    You still did great — at least you started!

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