I’ve developed this habit of starting drafts and forgetting about them for a week or two, possibly a carryover of blogging privately. Oops. Here’s a slightly dusty post from Dec 2nd. I refuse to accept that WrAnyMo was a resounding failure. Sure, I only made about 22% of my goal to write 30,000 words in […]
2,000 words down but it’s koo!
A self-congratulatory post on things that I’ve improved on this year. Also: mint (but not the kind you eat), drugs (but not the kind you go to jail for possessing) and books (but not the kind that will get you into TROUBLE with the Mind Police– but be on your guard just the same).
In which sleep intrudes on writing time. Stupid sleep.
In which I ponder over-editing and necessity of posting my WrAnyMo work.
Today’s WrAnyMo offering is a review of “Pride and Prejudice and Zombies” by Jane Austen and Set Grahame-Smith (2009). Very few, mild spoilers.
Find. Out. Here. BTW, these link-type posts will not be counted in the #WrAnyMo word count. Follow all of my WrAnyMo public posts across multiple blogs, GoogleDocs, etc. by searching the #WrAnyMo2009 tag on Twitter.
Not participating in NaNoWriMo, I make up another nonsensical acronym so that I may play along by my own rules.