Here it is.

so nano has begun, and people are mainlining coffee and hammering keyboards in an effort to get down fifty thousand words of more or less readable prose.

Some of us are not fiction writers, and rabia gale has linked to a few alternatives: nanojoumo for art journaling, and  Art Every Day for the month long art challenge.

If I’d known about these, I would more than likely have tried for nanojoumo this year, so I’m definitely remembering it for 2011.

For those of you who are entering the nano fray, Galleycat has links to tools and tips.

And those of you who are steering well clear of the frenzied, rabbity-twitching, unwashed masses – what are you up to? Any other links to November madness?


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2 Thoughts on “Here it is.

  1. Gary Couzens on November 3, 2010 at 8:13 am said:

    Hi Cat. No Nano here – just more of the new novel which is really a total rewrite of the one I wrote this time last year. Only with one first-person narrator instead of three. And other changes.

    I’m nowhere near Nano pace, but I am still hoping to have this draft done by the end of 2010.

  2. Oh how are you finding it going with narrowing the focus?

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