So I wrote 50,000+ words in a month. Which I suppose is something. However, this did not result in a novel or even a serviceable draft. But I met the bar for my participation certificate. Which is great I suppose. 

My pug, however, is not impressed. It is my general impression that a mere mortal like myself cannot write an epic fantasy in 30 days. Not even a serviceable draft. But I can write a lot of words that represented ideas that I can cobble together over time into the desired tale I wish to produce. 

Congratulations to all those who challenged themselves in this year’s NaNoWriMo. 

2 thoughts

  1. Well done, Elise! 50,000 words that form the basis of a future novel is good enough, in my estimation, for what that’s worth. At least you have all those ideas out of your head and in some tangible form that can taunt you for years until you do something with them… 🙂

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    1. Thanks Colin. I hope I will cobble together something that I can query without landing myself in the dark nether regions of Carkoon. But it won’t be soon. Going to submit some short stories I wrote. See if that gets me any traction. And tonight it’s flash fiction. I hope I don’t embarrass myself to much in this weekend’s contest.


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