repost: NaNoWriMo!!!!


OK, So I've decided that I'm going to do the national Novel writing month. Who'da wha'? Ok, so there's this website http://www.nanowrimo.org/ that has this thing where to encourage procrastinators to stop and to get authors and writers' juices flowing they hold a novel writing month. That during that month, November, you write. Crap, gold, good stuff, bad stuff, you just write. You don't worry about what it is or how it sounds, but you output 50,000 words in 30 days. So I'm going to do this, and put my most recent start on hold in the meantime. I'll do something entirely fantastical, or who knows? I haven't decided yet.

I think I'm going to post parts of my novel here, but I haven't decided yet. Maybe if they don't suck.

Question of the Day: What's your book about?
Posted by Deborah at 9:45 PM 1 comments
Labels: creative, procrastinate, writing
Monday Monday (dah dah, da-da-da, dah)

If you could change anything about the way you were raised, what would it be and why?
I would wish I had siblings. I think I missed out on the social development thing, and the whole relating to others thing.
Do you think that the world will be a better or a worse place 100 years from now?
Probably worse. People will be living even longer, contributing even more to the over-population problem. China will probably be all but unlivable. The sea level will rise, at least a little, but enough to cause problems, and dislocate people. But the technology should be pretty cool.
At the beginning of a relationship, do you trust your new partner unless there is something specific to make you do otherwise, or do you withhold your trust until he/she has earned it? I generally trust until otherwise informed. Unless I get a 'bad vibe' from them, but then why would I be in a relationship with them?

It's just another Manic Monday

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