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NaNoWriMo on the rise!

Since the inevitable NaNoWriMo is in two days, I decide to post about the creation of mine without giving to much away. My admiration of the stories of Jules Verne has been a inspiration for me years. I admire how it is Science Fiction but a different kind of story. I would call them Fantastic Journeys. By "fantastic" i don't mean magical but unreal or the impossibility of the events to occur, well not entirely false. 20,000 Leagues under the sea predate the advent of the submarine. Journey into the center of the earth is still an impossibility; thus, a better model to examine Science Fiction. But models are not a superb way to learn how to write. Enough on Verne, and on to the project. As I said, I admire these kinds of stories.

My NaNoWriMo project pays tribute to these kinds of stories. It is part fantastic voyage, part science fiction, and part of everything else which I read. It has pirates, a panoply of races, and a dire situation that addresses many comtemparily issues. I also going to borrow some plot ideas from a Grim Fairy Tale: "The Traveling Musicians". My summary will explain the story in more complete sense. I post it here and at NaNoWriMo.org. I am not going to post any of the work here, for I hoping that i can get it published. That's all for now.


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