everything is story-able
November 30, 2008 § 16 Comments
Made it before noon today …
I think it could be a trilogoy. Part 1 is done, so in essence, I could walk away now.
Is this how sequels happen?
Tagged: entertainment, Nanowrimo, nanowrimo winner, Writing
CONGRATULATIONS! It’s a huge feat — be sure to savor it!
Congratulations! And good luck on finishing the story.
Hooray!!! And many congratulations!
And my congratulations too… well done!
Congrats! It’s been a loooong 30 days!
Congratulations! Sequels AND Prequels!
Congratulations!!! I’m so proud of you!
And now you’re all set with something to write about next year 🙂
I’m impressed! Congratulations!
Oh my goodness, cangratulation. I feel really excited for you!!!
oops, excuse my poor spelling , I have a baby on my lap !
Congrats on your NaNo WIN!!! It is an amazing accomplishment…be proud, be ecstatic, get a good night’s sleep!
Look at you with all the comments 🙂
Congrats on finishing it.
Next question: When do we get to read it? Any hints on what it’s about?
Enjoy the next 30 days without a novel on your head.
Nova – thanks!I’m savoring today what I know a lot of you do on a regular basis. My hat is off to all novelists!
Ah, Jinx, you’re right, about finishing the story. But I will. I will.
Anno – thanks, and now, for the holidays!
Hello, again, Seachanges – good to be back in blogland!
Bobbi – It HAS been long, long enough? Oh, yes!
Shoreacres – I’ve always felt there was something cheesey about sequels, but maybe they do just happen. I’ll see. The character may not be able to pull it off.
Thanks, Becca – next year, eh? Hmmm…maybe a writer’s retreat?
Lisa, Scarlet, and BloggingE – sincere thanks and I’m so glad to hear from you. Why do we do this? Doesn’t matter. Onward. Sleep? Maybe read a little first, haven’t read in days.
Laylou – Read it? Um, I have to see if any of it is readily readable – a piece that might intrigue you. What is it about? It’s an odyssey, an adventure on which a young woman embarks when she sets out from her home on the Hudson River, drives south and ends up halfway around the world, and back. Sort of.
And now, two writing assignments to do and then Party Time!
Yay! Uncork the champagne!
And hells yeah, sequels sure happen. I’ve heard from a lot of people who write multiple nanonovels in a series. But are you going to wait until next year to start? Hmmmm….!
KimL – no, not waiting. Still stewing over the flatness of main character but will keep writing…
Congrats on your win!
I’m going to email you about a blog post. I’m excited! Your blog is so cool.
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