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November 1 question – Win or not, do you usually finish your NaNo project? Have any of them gone on to be published?
The awesome co-hosts for the November 1 posting of the IWSG are
I can’t answer today’s question because I don’t do NaNo. I’m a No. No. to NaNo. I don’t write that way and never will. However, I do support those who enjoy the fast-paced push to create a story, and I wish them well.
So Go, NaNo Peeps and Good Luck.
This month I’m more than insecure. I’m losing and I hate losing, but someone has to, and it must be
my turn. Double Negative’s up for Reader’s Choice Award, but bringing up the rear. It’s listed under YA and Middle-Grade books on page 12 for 16–talk about being at the back of the pack! If you want to give me your VOTE, I’d appreciate it. Maybe I’ll place. For those who have supported me, many thank yous.
AND. . .if you’ll notice I’ve moved my blog from Blogger to WordPress just because I don’t already have enough insecurity and anxiety this month.
I’ll be announcing my Featured Follower for November on my next post ( Nov. 6) and I’ll be yakking about the Canal du Midi and the south of France. I’m in love with that place and all I need is a nudge and high-speed internet to make me pull up my tent stakes and move there. Of course, I have to tell about Texas. Austin was awesome and then some. Now it’s time to face real life and get some writing done. I’ve missed our exchanges and look forward to catching up with what you’ve all been up to.