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Great news! I finished NaNoWriMo!

All 50,000 words?

Uh. . . no.

Here’s what I learned:

  • I can spin words out at a fast clip, thousands of them, and even wind up with some pretty cool stream of consciousness stuff that I want to go back to and play around with.
  • There are three stories I would like to tell that need the cloak of fiction. My brief excursion with NaNoWriMo taught me that I don’t know diddly about writing a fictional story, much less a novel. I’m two days into an online fiction-writing class that came highly recommended. Will let you know how that works out.

0 thoughts on “Nah, No NaNoWriMo

  1. Where can I find out about this online fiction-writing class?
    I am finally ready to learn how to write fiction.
    It’s about time. 🙂

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