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October 28, 2011


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Congratulations for talking yourself into it! LOL NaNo obviously works for you, so you don't want to let this opportunity get away!

As for me, well I haven't tried it so I can't say it wouldn't work, but no. School and all that. But I'm always fascinated about what could happen, if I gave it a try. To actually leave that inner critic in the dust...ah, a lovely thought! :)

Donna Cummings

Melissa, I'm still waffling about it. But the idea of leaving the inner critic behind is SO tempting! Plus I like to have something new to look forward to, so this may keep me going when I get worn down from revising.

We'll see. LOL


Isn't November your birthday month? Something new to look forward to sounds like a great present to yourself...just saying. :)

Donna Cummings

You're a sneaky one, Melissa! LOL Yes, November is my birthday month, so I'm gearing up for that too. (It's tougher than it looks to celebrate an entire month!)


I've actually been wanting to do NaNo since I heard about it last year, and the idea excited me so much. However, I didn't realize that it would fall during the same time as I'm writing my senior thesis, so I'm really himhawing about whether I should wait until next year. I just don't know. I guess I could always do it on my own time, but somehow the excitement just isn't the same.

Donna Cummings

Britt, I think NaNo deliberately picked the worst month for this! You're right about the excitement being different when everyone is doing it at once, which is why I'm getting sucked into it again when I said I was gonna pass this year. LOL

Your senior thesis obviously needs to come first, but if you have something "fun" to write, that might be a nice break for you to do with NaNo. If not, it'll definitely be there next year!

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