First: I fell off the earth again. I know. I’ve been trying to get some medical things taken care of and it means I’m having to be a bit more careful with my sleeping windows and they got really buggered for a while. I’m hoping to get back to more routine updates here in the next couple of weeks or so, but:
Second: Oh boy! A website update! And long post ahead, fyi.
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The 2015 NaNoWriMo season starts in full for me tomorrow! It’s so fantastic!
This is the one time of the year that I don’t end up feeling terrible about being me.
This is also my second year as a Municipal Liaison for the Memphis region, and my co-ML and I have some great things planned for the upcoming year. I can’t wait to get to the meet-and-greet / kickoff party as that’s the official beginning of the chaos that is NaNoWriMo.
Expect me to be even more sporadic than usual.
IT’S NANOWRIMO TIME,
MY FAVORITE TIME OF YEAR!!!
Of course, I’m behind. That’s why I’m trying to schedule several of these things at once.
Once again, 250-500 words, unless I clearly state otherwise.
Sunday: write about how the night won’t save anyone.
Monday: Write about the meeting between two people who were old flames.
Tuesday: write about travel.
Wednesday: Writing from a character’s point of view, write about something they never do. Then, write about something they always do.
Thursday: Have a character take a detour.
Friday: Begin with the following dialouge: “These are three things my father told me:…”
Saturday: FREE WRITE.
So. Like usual, each prompt is valued at between 250-500 words.
Sunday: This is the color I remember…
Monday: Write about a car trip.
Tuesday: Write about a time that someone went too far.
Wednesday: In the USA, 9/11/01 is a date we can never forget. What are the things that you do and do not remember about that day?
Thursday: “I was in a cemetery.”
Friday: FREE WRITE
Saturday: Write about someone who sinned.
Each prompt is valued at 250-500 words. However, one of them I won’t be bothered if you can’t make it.
Sunday: write a December memory.
Monday: Free Write!
Tuesday: write about your neighborhood at 5pm. (What its like at 5pm, not sit down and write at 5pm)
Wednesday: you eavesdrop on a conversation. What do you hear?
Thursday: the time between dusk and dawn.
Friday: write about a fragrance.
Saturday: write about a place you long for.