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Thursday, November 4, 2010

NanoWriMo Continues and Harlequin Looks for New Writers

Word Count today: 1409. I'm working my way up. Let's hope I can catch up some this weekend.

Sioux? Sanders? Mary? How's it going?

Has anyone managed to check out Harlequins "So You Think You Can Write?" They are looking for new voices and this week-long workshop is free to anyone who wants to learn about the genre. It ends tomorrow, but it's still an awsome opportunity for aspiring romance novelists. Many of this week's discussions are archived if you're interested.

2 comments:

Sioux said...

Tricia---Even with something like NaNoWriMo, in the long-run, it's quality and not quanity. Someone may finish the month with the requisite 50,000 words, but the story might not be engaging or unique. On Novemeber 30 you might be lagging behind, word-wise, but your voice is fresh, your story enthralling. In my mind, you would be the true "winner." Trust in yourself...

Jean said...

So very true. I'm not participating this year, but am keeping my fingers on the pulse of how others are doing. I'm rewriting my novel from last years NaNoWriMo instead. Keep up the good work. One day, one word at a time.