Sunday, October 07, 2012

Getting ready for Nanowrimo



My word-count spreadsheet is all ready with this year's dates; the widget is up on the blog; and I've set up a folder in my Dropbox account. I've saved my link to Written? Kitten! and I've got plenty of chocolate to reward myself. Is there anything I've forgotten?

Oh yes. Plan my novel.

Well, I've got three whole weeks to do that in.

Eep!

By the way, the wordcount spreadsheet is available by email if anyone wants one. It may be my greatest success of Nano.

9 COMMENTS:

Old Kitty said...

Written Kitten rules!!

Good luck with your nanowrimo!! Methinks the spreadsheet here is a work of art!! Take care
x

fairyhedgehog said...

Thanks, Kitty. I need all the encouragement I can get!

Sarah Laurenson said...

Best of luck to you!

I won't be doing NaNo, but I might do something of the sort. I'm thinking maybe a flash fiction piece every day.

stacy said...

Ooh ooh ooh!! Can I have one?? : )

Good luck with this! I don't know whether I'm going to participate or not yet. I guess I'd better decide soon. But just in case, I'd like one of those snazzy word count sheets.

Peter Dudley said...

I, totally insane, am hoping to do NaNo again this year after a 2 or 3 year hiatus. I am entering a relative "slow" period at Day Job, and November will be when I await feedback from beta readers of my sequel to Semper. So I'll take that time to write a whole new book (unrelated to Semper). At least, that's my hope.

I haven't checked the NaNo site. Is this spreadsheet available there, too?

Whirlochre said...

Wishing you every success in your wordy marathon.

fairyhedgehog said...

Sarah, like Story A Day in May? Only in November? Sounds like a plan! Good luck with it; I think it could be fun!

stacy, I'll email you a copy of the spreadsheet, just in case you decide to join in the madness!

Peter, I'm glad you'll be writing a a novel in a month too! I expect there is a wordcount spreadsheet available on the Nano site but I'm happy to post this one to you if you'd like it.

Whirl, many thanks!

Simon Kewin said...

It all sounds great. The very best of luck...

fairyhedgehog said...

Thanks, Simon. It will be even better when I have a plot!

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