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    In case anyone is interested, I am willing to mentor anyone willing to participate in NaNoWriMo 2016.

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    Is there like an organized thing for NaNoWriMo this year?
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    I'm gonna try again this year. I've tried a few times but never actually got to 50,000 words I'm not a planner, I have a little idea that I'll work on during the 30 days and see what comes of it. Good luck, fellow wordsmiths!

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    I'm very impressed with those of you who do NaNoWriMo every year. I started by current project as a NaNo, and got about 12,000 words done that first month. I've never written so much, that was a HUGE amount for me. I fleshed it out at leisure afterwards and now have reached a screeching halt

    I think I'll unofficially join you this year, but make myself write more on my current WIP every day in November.
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    50,000 words is a big ask and I'm feeling a little less confident today that I will manage it; I work full-time as well, in addition to doing all my house chores.
    "Stream of consciousness" is one suggestion that I've seen, so maybe I'll just keep writing whatever comes into my head and make more sense of it after November.
    I suppose that "a a a a a a " is technically six words, but I won't be doing it that way .
    Honestly, if I manage just 25,000, I will still regard it as a success.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Phil Istine View Post
    50,000 words is a big ask and I'm feeling a little less confident today that I will manage it; I work full-time as well, in addition to doing all my house chores.
    "Stream of consciousness" is one suggestion that I've seen, so maybe I'll just keep writing whatever comes into my head and make more sense of it after November.
    Phil, if i managed to complete NaNo on my first attempt you can.... mind you I've never tried it again since ... You need to buddy up with someone. For me this was a great motivator.
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    Who is participating in NaNoWriMo? Please don't forget to drop by and keep us updated of your daily word count
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    Well, here we go! If I can get anywhere near half the required word count I'll be happy Good luck everyone!!

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    Fatigue got me last night and I had to sort out loads this morning. I will spend about three hours on it this evening though.
    I will only do a daily update if I'm allowed to count those words too


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