Novel's about to get written all up in this. Stay tuned for some sick word counts and completely adequate fantasy lit. Yeah.
I'm doing this again. How? Why? These questions matter not.
... And the tradition lives on! As I drink from the keg of glory on my perch atop Mount Victory, I edit my novel and plan this year's NaNoWriMo, which is sure to be even greater than its predecessors. I will be leading a small band of delightful Young Writers to victories of their own as I annihilate my 50,000 word count goal with room to spare. Gloriosky! This month shall rock in a fashion most hardcore!
I return, triumphant and still glowing from the success of 2010's NaNoWriMo. I plan to rock the 'WriMo hard this year with the sequel to my first novel, Blood Pledge. Make no mistake. This will be EPIC.
Guess what? Tradition CREATED. I am BACK and this time, I WILL NOT FAIL. With my unstoppable and nefarious sidekick, Harrison the laptop and my stuffed rabbit, the illustrious Mister Plot, I will be INVINCIBLE.
Suddenly thrown into the vortex of writing at age 17, when I developed a sense of what sucked and what was mildly acceptable, I started writing my baby novels, the Ilikarr Trio. I have tended to them pitifully. But they will never die, if only because they are the FIRST!
This year, my decision to join NaNoWriMo came out of the blue, because, hey. Torturing myself with a crapload of schoolwork so I can graduate college this year and transfer in the Spring is just not enough for one November. Let's write a novel, too.
I'm thinking about making this a tradition, but really, it's just an excuse to stop being lazy and write, for gosh sakes! I can't wait.... Let the pain begin....
Lifetime Achievement: Total NaNo Word Count
- Good, old Hagerstown
- baking pumpkin flavored things, drawing sporadically, bingewatching Law & Order, measureless sewing, having existential crises, writing books that no one will ever read
- Favorite noveling music:
- Tainted Love - Soft Cell #sorrynotsorry
- Favorite books or authors:
- Rainbow Rowell, JoRow/RobGal, Jane Austen, John Green, Shannon Hale, Maureen Johnson, Stieg Larsson, Libba Bray, Jasper Fforde, Gerald Morris, cabfedhig