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It’s, once again, the wonderful and challenging NaNoWriMo – that’s National Novel Writing Month – during which time one tries to write 50,000 words in 30 days.  The premise is that, without writing something down, you’ll never write anything down. So it’s better to have 50,000 words of relative crap that you can edit into a decent sounding story than no words and a good idea. Fair point.

What this does mean, however, is that while I’m attempting to do NaNoWriMo, my blogging will suffer even more than it already has. I’ll do my best to get some good posts queued up for the month and add in some backlogged stuff I’m still hoping to write up, but if I’m not around, it’s not because I’m not writing!

If you want to track my progress, you can check out my NaNoWriMo profile page.

One thought on “NaNoWriMo or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Bad Writing

  1. Jim says:

    Good luck, although we don’t comment much you know we look forward to reading about your adventures. come back soon.

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