2012 – November #26

Errol: I’ve been reading a lot of reports on people hitting 50k! Huzzah, congrats! And even if you haven’t, you’re still doing great! πŸ˜€

Debbie: Heh…and if you’ve fallen waaaay behind in NaNoWrimo, don’t give up on your novel!! There’s always the 250, 500 and 1000 words/day challenge. πŸ™‚ Good luck with your writing, everyone!

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22 thoughts on “2012 – November #26

  1. I loved Schoolhouse Rock! I haven’t listened to it in a while, but I still remember a lot of the songs. And silly Ed, cheating at NaNo. Somehow, I’m not surprised.

  2. Poor Ed, I still feel sorry for him. mebbe he could find someone else he likes?
    this was funny though. hehe
    I started writing again. I now have 37.4k *nods* still far from 50k, but at least the story’s still moving.
    I have to keep going because there’s another little story that desperately wants my attention and I can’t let it drag me away! (Um… well.. i have been letting it take over time i could have been noveling.. guilty look) so different… anyways, I changed my word goal down so i’m officially a ‘winner’ now!!!! I just need to finish so i can get those free copies of my book in june!!! πŸ˜€
    Congrats to all the other winners!

  3. Lol, Ed really got back at Vicky, I mean *cough* Victoria *cough*, there at the end.
    And now you got that interjections song stuck in my head. I remember watching those songs on DVD during long car rides as a little kid. πŸ˜›
    And, to add to this already long comment, I succeeded in an insane (at least for me) goal of writing 5k in one day! πŸ˜€ So close to 75k now!

  4. I’m at 32,000 and still trying to get to 50k! 4k a day, 4k a day. It’s good because not even a week ago I was at 13k. πŸ˜€

  5. Hah, I did something awful like this today too… I hit 50k while at school, and I was all happy until I remembered that my friend had hit 50,000 the night before. So I vowed to beat her by getting to 50,500, but I had no idea what to write. So my other friend joked, “Write a dream sequence!” and we both laughed about how ridiculous an idea that was.
    And then I turned around and gave my character a flashback of a dream sequence that involved nothing more than him taking a few steps and looking at stars, and gave him a major defining character moment, all in the last 500 words of my novel.
    All’s fair in NaNoWriMo.
    (That would make a totally awesome book title…)

  6. 2016 words! Wooo!
    (Im a very slow writer but its good practice.)
    I want to be a writer when Im old enough to sign a contract. Imagine living like you do in november all the time…
    AAAAAAHHHH!!! Nervous! But seriously it would be awesome. (Mt. Dew every 2 hours.)

  7. *hums the interjection song* I’m going to have that in my head all NaNo, aren’t I? One of my characters will probably start singing it. πŸ˜€

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