All Hallows/ Last day of freedom.

And so it would appear that NaNoWriMo is upon us. I would like to wish everyone the best of luck with it and ask that if anyone needs a break or a chat about how it is going then they turn to me because I know that I will need the same.

I’ve got a very basic plan of how this whole thing should roll out and I’m hoping that it picks up snowball momentum along the way, capturing offshoots of story and development of characters and that at the end of it I haven’t just typed fifty thousand words, but I have the bulk of a story in place because I’m not really one for redrafting and will probably try and push the job onto someone else (thanks Ben).

I’m going to try and find a way of writing my blog as well but can’t make any promises. I have written a post every day (to my knowledge) since February and I’m going to try not to break from this self-imposed tradition but who knows what could happen as we get close to the wire.

Follow my progress here.

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3 thoughts on “All Hallows/ Last day of freedom.

  1. I wanted to wish you good luck! This is my first NaNoWriMo and I’m not sure if I’m going to push through it myself, but I wanted you to know that if you need help or support, I’ll be here. Community support, activate?!

  2. Dear Mr woowoocoolbastards,

    My name is Jeffry (Yes that is the correct spelling, the registrar spelt it incorrectly and it has stuck, but that is a whole other story showing how distracting the female form can be!) Turnball, and I am from SBC Care in the Community department.
    Your details have been forwarded to me regarding your request for ‘Community Support’ and I would very much like to meet with you as preliminary investigations indicate that you would definitely qualify for help under the ‘Mental, mental-chicken oriental’ Health Act 1990.
    In order for us to help you fully in the coming month, with such predicted afflictions as ‘Writers Block’ (where a writer no longer can call a desk a desk, but refers to it a block!) and ‘Writers Cramp’ (which is another term for a writer who masturbates too much). We need to complete this application process officially, so please contact me on 01702 215000,

    Yours insincerely,

    Jeffry Turnball

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