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NaNoWriMo 2013 – Still brainstorming

I know I should have been well on my way towards the 50.000 words… but I’m not. Somehow I’m still in the planning phase. Stuck in brainstorming the actual story.

This year’s NaNoWriMo novel is going to be a novella. Something between a short story and a novel. No really. I’m actually going to keep it short and sweet. Yes, me. Short. Well, you can stop ROFL-ing now, alright?

So there is this story that entered my mind last December, just after the NaNoWriMo 2012 ended. December 12 was nearing and everyone was talking about the ‘End of the World’, as prophesied by the Mayans. Particularly, how idiotic it was and how stupid people who would believe that they had actually meant it as a literal ‘end of the world’ and it would be that day.   [More...]

NaNoWriMo 2012

(Copied from my old blog)

This year I participate in the NaNoWriMo 2o12. Which is the InterNational November Writing Month.This is a writing contest where you have to write 50.000 words in one month. That is: the 30 days of November.

The contest is with yourself. You won’t win any prizes, except for the honor of having made it.

Most people think this means (bad) quantity instead of fair quality, and this is in my opinion something that is heavily stimulated by the organization. I wouldn’t dare say that I usually write quality pieces, but to spend a month’s worth of energy in quantitative rubbish is a waste of my time.   [More...]

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