Happy NaNoWriMo Day!
Wow, that sounded better in my head.
Anyway, as you already know, today is the first day of November. A lot of things have changed very abruptly today: for example, Halloween has been swiftly replaced with Christmas. My mom said they were even playing Christmas carols in the grocery store today, and Halloween was only yesterday! (But I’ll admit, I’m glad to see those scary costumes gone.)
If you’re wondering, I didn’t create this post just to talk about Halloween vs. Christmas. Today is the day writers from all over the world make the commitment – insane as it may seem – to writing at least 1,667 words per day, for 30 days (give or take). 50,000 words in a month.
If you didn’t see my posts from last NaNo, or Camp NaNo, this is what’s goin’ on: Normally I will post the occasional writing prompt, to save you from a possible rut that you may be stuck in. (I’m so heroic, aren’t I?) This year I figured I would change the system a bit.
I will, indeed, continue to post writing prompts. But along with that, I’ll be posting what I call “Writer’s Positivity,” AKA why you should keep on keeping on and never, ever stop. So that’s what you’ll find in this post.
Have a fabulous NaNoWriMo Day, Wrimos! 😉