Wednesday, October 9, 2013

A Real Challenge

I probably have bitten off more than I can chew, but I have once again signed up for the Nanowrimo November challenge. It's not as if I have the time on my hands... I haven't written much of anything since the "Julia" series and The Kindness Of Strangers. I feel it is time to get back to my writing even if I have too much going on. If anyone is interested in taking the challenge, feel free to leave a comment with your email address if I don't have it. I will delete your comment after I foreword the link.

Not a typist? I'm not and I managed. I watch my keyboard as I type and I made it. Of course, it will take up some of your time, but if you have ever said, "I could write a book," now is the time to get motivated, even if it's just your life history and memories for your grandchildren. You will get a wonderful sense of accomplishment!

I seem to have "lost" my badge for last year, or I would show it to you. I will try to find it, if I can.


Have a most wonderful day!

9 comments:

  1. Good for you Sharon! Maybe just thing to get your mind off of the other stuff. :) Hope you are having a good week.

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  2. well, good for you. you enjoy writing so much.

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  3. It really is a great project! I haven't decided if I'm going to do it or not, since I've already started on Book II of my fantasy series.

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  4. This totally makes sense to me Sharon....it will 'occupy' you till things get done and settle down somewhat.

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  5. I tried to sign up but for some reason I couldn't sign back on after I signed out. I'll try again. I'm not sure what this is all about... AND I feel like I'm such a lousy writer.. Every book I read, I think... wow, they are so much better than me (writer) LOL. Could I really do this? I'm not sure... what do you think? And, GOOD FOR YOU!

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    1. The more you write, the better you become, It can't hurt to try. I think you can do this, just fine. I know I have, but sadly... my punctuation needs to go back to school.

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  6. Thanks for your great comment today! I don't know what this challenge is, but I admire you for taking it up again. Can we read the entries somewhere? All the best with it.

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    1. Can read the synopsis on the site. The challenge is to write a novel of 50k words or more in 30 days. Last year I wrote "Monroe Street" the first book of my "Julia" series.
      Thanks, Inger!

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  7. I've known someone else who did this. Good for you both.

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