National Novel Writing Month TO THE EXTREME!

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November is National Novel Writing Month, and if you don’t think that I am the kind of person to take that seriously, then by golly you know nothing about me, for I have taken National Novel Writing Month TO THE EXTREME!

crest-05e1a637392425b4d5225780797e5a76First on the line up- I have already declared that I am passionately participating within NaNoWriMo’s challenge of writing 50,000 words . My name on their site is ScriptorimKeeper, so it if you are also participating in the challenge, let’s be NaNo buddies!

51or-DxbWzL._SX306_BO1,204,203,200_In addition to that- I am listening to Steven King’s “On Writing: A Memoir of the Craft.” Honestly, I almost bailed when the Foreword mentioned his love for Elements of Style, but I am trying to be respectful of others making choices that might not exactly align with my own. I figure this is a good step in that direction. So far, I’ve enjoyed learning about little Stevie King!

41mZzOS48VL._SX332_BO1,204,203,200_I am also reading John Dufresne’s The Truth That Tells A Lie. I have read sections of it before for classes, but now I am going read it cover to cover to get the full Dufresne experience.

And to round off my obsessive tendencies, CNN was having a promotion of StackSkills courses featuring writing and copyediting. As I just finished my Bachelor program, I thought it would be fun to stay on the learning wagon and see what their courses have to offer me (plus it’s cheaper than going to get my Masters!).

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Is anyone else celebrating National Novel Writing Month, and if so, what are you doing?

4 comments on “National Novel Writing Month TO THE EXTREME!”

  1. That’s a lot of things you have going on.
    I’m focusing on writing, so I threw all the books away. Just kidding, but it is true that I have not opened a single one in the past 20 days.

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