Looks at last blog post. It’s been a while since I blogged.
Me in 2016:
It’s been a long time. I just wanted to give some updates and let you know that I will be trying to participate in NaNoWriMo 2016 this year.
I know this post is way overdue. I won National Writing Month back in November 2015. I’m so happy I finally got a start on a novel that has been plaguing me for a year or two. It’s been in the back of my mind tapping it’s foot, shouting “Melena, when are you going to write me?”
Well, I finally did start on it. It’s sitting at 50, 665 at the moment. I won it at 50,139. I decided for March that I was going to make the attempt to finish it. It is my superhero story that is very dear to my heart because if you follow me on twitter, you know how much I love superheroes. Wish me luck.
Good luck to you and your projects.
It’s that time of the year now. It’s NanoWriMo 2015, and I’ve been aware of what I was going to write for a while now.
This post is a little late, but you’ll have to excuse me. I just got a job and was working while I did NaNo. 😀
I started JuNoWriMo late and ended adding almost 3,000 words to my manuscript, which ended up being enough to finally finish it. The first book in my fantasy series is complete.
Okay, it hasn’t been that long. In my last post, I talked a little about my book for Camp NaNo and right now it sits at about 3,000 words, so I didn’t even come close to making my goal for the month. I was hard on myself for that, but I’m over it. I am determined to finish the projects that I have left languishing on my computer.
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