Monday, November 29, 2010

I lied...

Yes, I gave up. You may ask, "Why?!?! You were so dedicated!!!"


My grades dropped. Sucks, but my priorities are straightened out. Oh well... there's always next year...

Thanks everyone for supporting me!!!

Tuesday, November 23, 2010

I won't give up!

As of today, I have approximately 15,000 words in my NaNoWriMo novel. I also only have seven days to get to 50,000 words, which also happens to be the week of thanksgiving.


I believe that I can and I will not give up!

I'll sooner DIE than give up on my novel!

Okay maybe not but it sounds really good and dedicated, doesn't it.


Since I'm getting to the point where writer's block is an old friend, if you have any words or situations or characters you want me to write in to my story, I am all ears =)

Tuesday, November 9, 2010


That's the amount of words that are in my story, "Stop and Stare" so far. I'm very proud of it and think that it's going swimmingly. Plus I just like to say swimmingly.

Monday, November 8, 2010

Thursday, November 4, 2010

Go NaNo!

For my fellow reading, writing fans out there, you will most likely know that November is National Novel Writing Month.
AKA NaNoWriMo.
For those who don't know.... I'm kinda crazy. I don't think before I do things. If I want to do something, I kinda, well, do it.
Thus, I took the pledge to write a 50,000 word novel in the month of November.
I thought in case you were interested, I'd chronicle my word count and whatever else over here.
So. Days 1-3...
Day 1 I wrote approx 1000 words. I didn't put it on the website, so on the little calender word count thing over there on the sidebar said I didn't write anything. *sad face*
Day 2 I wrote up to 2500 words. So. Little Calender says on November 2nd, I did amazing. When really.... I didn't even make my daily word count goal (which, btw, is 1667 words, in case anybody cared or wondered).
Day 3 I'm up to 3320 words. Not bad, not bad at all.
So, I guess we'll see how Day 4 goes... Wish me luck. =)
Oh, and I'm also running for the Editor in Chief of the Literary Magazine at my school, I'm gonna write down a little outline as to why people should vote for me. Please don't mind it.

*good leadership skills (but not in a bossy way)
*passionate about writing
*teen editor for published magazine
*i am not a ditator, this is OUR magazine
*i'll go out of my way to make sure that the majority is happy
*this magazine is not about ME it's about other people and their writing.
Sorry to bug you, but if you were in my Creative Writing Class, would you vote for me?
Go NaNo!
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