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November 25, 2007


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Donna Druchunas

Almost anything by Alan Lightman or Richard Powers would be a good choice, assuming you haven't already read all of their books.

I won't make 50,000. I'm over 30,000 and should be able to get about 10,000 more done this week.


I'm glad you're taking the time to work on fiction, for fun or for profit! Right now, my fiction is in a stall-out, in various stages of completion, and I miss it. I still market my short stories, but haven't written any recently, and alas, selling novels without an agent can be a challenge. In any event, it's on hold, I'm trying to be realistic, and that makes me a little sad.

Janice in Ga

I really hate to write, but given the relaxed nature of NaNoWriMo, I've actually thought about trying it. Just because.

But I'm NOT a writer at heart.

Kristi aka Fiber Fool

Congrats! Drew just passed the mark and validated on Sunday morning. He too has more work to do yet though I guess.


I won't finish either, but I pretty much put it aside mid-month. I'll just continue in December and January if necessary.
Congrats to you though! It's an achievement, that's for sure.


I bought "No Plot? No Problem! but haven't dived in yet. I think I'll designate my own NaNoWriMo in the spring and then do the official one next November. It's funny the way our minds seem to need a break from all the "usual suspects." My latest getaway is reading children's novels that my pre-teen reads in school. I've read some amazing books!

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