NaNoWriMo Challenge 2016
|work in progress
It's still a work in progress. I have no idea why I created this. 2016 was the year I did the NaNoWriMo challenge after I moved from Maryland. I remember I successfully completed this challenge, but the details...well, they are filed somewhere in my vast collection of life long experiences, events, and all other aspects of life. It's probably filed under some category that I rarely investigate, so there's no telling when I'll stumble across this information. I'm not even sure where the lost and found collection room is located. If you find lost and found before me, please give me the directions, thanks.
This year 2020 I would like to participate in NaNoWriMo but because my wrist is still healing and my thumb is still mending, I'm not certain that I'll be able to type enough words for long enough time to complete this task...what! what does this have to do with 2016, absolutely nothing, so I should cut this bit of writing out and allow what word will move this article or story or whatever this is forward, right? At least that's what I understand about a little of the editing process. Hum, Editing...well... I'm working on this. It's something that I need to learn and learn well or, rather learn so that I can do a professional job or better.
The book I wrote for my NaNOWriMo challenge is still in need of editing. Oh yeah! I just remembered I can' edit it yet. It's trapped on my windows operating system computer. I've got to help it escape. The challenge is I also need to know how to help my book escape the clutches of my computer. Does anyone have any proven workable ides for planning this well-planned escape in the making?
As soon as I get my book released for the prison of the computer, I'll be able to start the editing process. Happy NaNoWriMo and editing everyone.
I successfully completed NaNo Prep yesterday. What I year I signed up for NaNo Prep that I didn't complete, I remember not, but success this year is wonderful. Writing is something that courses through my vains and streries. It is life giving and sustaining. Don't get the wrong idea, I still bleed.
God sustains me, blesses me, and gifts the breath of life to me. I am blessed withHis gift of writing. He gifts to me imagination. For these things, I am truly grateful.
This year is a major struggle because NaNo looms close and I still am having a tug of war about entering or waiting for next year. Many, many activities and life responsibilities are tugging, Nano is tugging and I'm tugging, wondering how long this competition will continue until the conflicts are resolved.
NaNo is shouting. I'm seriously considering writing for other reasons other than NaNo. The war of the multi tasks and me will rage on for a few more days then I will insist on a peace treaty.
Safe travels and many blessings. Now, where did I put that escape plan?