Never though of it that way. Will add you to my list.
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So I finally dug up the courage (don't know how I did it) to sign up and get me on the writing track. I signed-up for NaNo this year and hopefully, I get a novel first draft finished. Don't know how I'll do that, seeing school will just get busier, but I think I could pull this off. *shrug*
I've never successfully won NaNo, but I find that the experience gives me enough drive to keep plugging away even after November's over. I say have at it, and good luck, Fuhrer!
Now you just need to work on the "having written one short story, I'll now do a novel" part. Maybe it would help to think of the novel as 30 short stories. I dunno.
Yeah. I'm thinking about doing that very thing. I love themed collections.
... why can't you delete a post?
Or I'll just write a story of 50,000 words.
The volume of work doesn't make me baulk, I have written larger volumes in about the same amount of time, with much more critical formatting and layout. This fiction stuff is a piece of piss (ahem... also known as whistling past the graveyard...)
I too am a big fan of this sort of thing - writers like Bradbury especially.
Just signed up!
My username is elite5472 (a very, very mean person already took elite).
Let's all give our best