Who will be doing Nanowrimo this year?

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Re: Who will be doing Nanowrimo this year?

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Where do you publish your short stories? I tried to write to our local magazine, but in our town there are no people who would understand what I am writing about.

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Post by Hussein_1 »

Probably would like to.

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Post by Zion Mesa »

I thought about doing it this before but it didn't happen. As cool as it sounds I'm not sure I'll have time this year. But I do know a writer and I might help her with it if she chooses to do it.

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Post by Amanda Majors »

I did Nanowrimo last year. What was supposed to be a book where each chapter represented one encounter, some of the chapters felt like books in themselves. By the time November rolls around again, I will decide which ecounter I would like to expand to 50,000 words.

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Post by gilliansisley »

I've never done it before, but I think I might consider doing so in November. It seems like a really great way to challenge myself as a writer and connect more with the community.

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Post by Drakka Reader »

I might end up doing it. I can come up with stories off the top of my head, and Nano is just the type of push I could use to write a truly long story.

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Post by KimberlyS88 »

Sadly I will not be but I have everyone has a wonderful time!

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Post by leximutia »

I haven't ever seriously participated in Nanowrimo, but I feel I should set my mind on it this year! I have no idea how long this COVID-19 situation will last, so I might as well spend all the extra time I've been given reading and writing.

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Post by Prince Eddy Kayz »

Iam ready to do it :hand: :tiphat: :ugeek2: :D

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I've never participated in one before. It's all so big and massive! The planning, the writing... trying to fix it in your daily life. I really admire those who participate and actually come out with a book 😊

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Post by Balena »

If I do not have too much work this November, I would certainly aim to participate. Recently, I've been very demotivated in terms of writing, so I hope that I could read a lot this year and gain a lot of inspiration from various books for NaNoWriMo!

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I'm considering taking part again this year. I've done it four times in the past (won three times) but haven't joined in for a few years now. But last week an idea for a story came to me and it seems like just the thing for Nanowrimo, so I might start planning early. It will give me a nice break from the thing I'm currently writing (very slowly).

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Post by Bri C »

I've only won once, but I'm going to be doing it again in July. I don't ever want to publish; that would take the fun out of it. Would anyone be interested in joining a writing group? They do those built in the website now. I'll be working on a fantasy world this summer.

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