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Which Way Did The Sixties Go?

Posted on October 21, 2012 at 10:50 AM

Yeah, I know it's been a while.  Writer's block has struck, along with a bunch of other personal/professional/pineapple circumstances.  What are "pineapple circumstances", you ask?  Well, if you don't know then you're probably better off.

 

The first item of news is that I have been working on my art a lot more lately (in absence of working on my prose).  You can find it HERE.  I figured I'd get that out of the way first, considering how conspicuous my absence from writing has been.

 

Secondly, have you ever heard of NaNoWriMo?  Most of you probably have.  In short, it's a bunch of people who get together in November and crank out a novel in 30 days.  In long... well, go to the website if you want to know all about how it works.  Anyway, this year I'm doing it.  No, seriously, I'm gonna do this.  I hear you saying, "But how are you supposed to write a whole book in one month when you couldn't manage to finish Diadae #3 in the past TEN?"  That... uh, is a very fair question.  In this case, I'm going to follow the suggestions of the NNWM organizers and just write like my pen's on fire without trying to make it perfect.  Also, I'll be working from a brand new concept for a book, and NOT working on Wells and Anna's third adventure.  While this will probably only serve to further anger those who have been waiting for book three, it would be cheating to use that since I already have it partially written.  Besides, the concept for my upcoming NNWM entry came to me in a dream a few nights ago so the timing couldn't be more perfect.  Details to come. [EDIT: also, please sponsor me by going here!]

 

So please cheer me on next month while I try to do the semi-impossible!  Maybe once I get that ball rolling, I will be able to get the ball rolling again on the Saga.  For now, I have concepts to flesh out and characters to name!

 

~D.

Categories: Writing, Malapropos

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