Greetings, WriMo's and horror hounds alike! As you may know, I've jumped onto the #NaNoWriMo bandwagon and am working on the rough draft for No Dreams For Henry. As it stands, this is consuming a lot of my time, which means regular posts will be delayed or even skipped in lieu of productivity. All I ask is for your support in making this endeavor mean more to me than it already does. I appreciate you all and will still try to get my regular stuff out when I can. For those of you who may have questions, here's a quick FAQ I've thrown together:
What is NaNoWriMo?
NaNoWriMo stands for National Novel Writing Month. This is the time when participants (newcomers and veterans alike) spend November 1-30 penning, word processing, or otherwise, writing the rough draft of their potential novel. The goal is to hit the 50,000 word count by 11:59pm November 30th.
Who can enter?
That's one of the best parts. If you've ever had a thought about writing a novel, you're a shoo-in. That basically means anybody can enter, really.
How do you win?
By hitting your 50,000 word count and validating your novel, you are considered a winner. There is no limit to how many winners there can be, so using others' success as motivation to get there yourself is highly suggested.
Why did you enter?
Well, I'd like to write a novel. And besides that, I feel this will help with my depression and procrastination issues.
Will you continue to do the blog?
Definitely. Even while this month is taking a lot of my time, I'm still planning to dedicate time to doing reviews and ranting about stuff.
What's your word count so far?
As of writing this post, I'm currently at 8548 words and come to think of it, I'm a bit behind on hitting my goal of at least 10,000 today. I suppose I'll leave this right here for all to see and get to work like I need to. Wish me luck!!