A NaNo November

I’m a little late at getting this up, but I have updated my official page with my November writing plans. Of course, it involves NaNoWriMo. Go on over and check out the post.

Jay Dee Archer

It’s November, and that means NaNoWriMo, or National Novel Writing Month.  Guess what I’ll be doing.

I’m participating in NaNoWriMo, though I’m not starting something new.  I’ll be using it as an opportunity to push myself to write Journey to Ariadne. I won’t finish it, though.  I have so many things going on.

However, this is what’s going to happen.  I won’t be sticking to any weekly goals, most likely.  Last month, I didn’t make any of my goals due to various reasons.  But there are some things I will do.

  1. I will post Part 3.  It’s been critiqued, and I have some editing to finish, but it’ll be done shortly.
  2. I will write Parts 4 and 5.  Hopefully more.  Instead of relying on my computer to write, I have been writing during my break at work.  I am making progress.

And that is November.  I won’t be doing any…

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Answers Are Coming this Friday

This Friday, you will finally have the answers you’re looking for.  Authors Answer will be debuting with its first question and the answers of several authors.  Every Friday after that will feature another question.

So, here’s how it’ll work.  I’ll post the question, followed by all of the answers by the authors, including myself.  Any participating authors who have not answered the first question yet will be excluded.  Each author’s name will be a link to their profile page, where you can also find a link back to their own blogs or websites.  It’s very simple.

Every month, I’ll be sending out the questions to the authors two weeks before the first question is posted.  If there are any vacancies for authors, I’ll continue to ask if anyone would like to participate.  At the moment, there is still one vacancy, so if you’re a published or unpublished author and would like to join, please go to the About page and send me a message.

I’m looking forward to the answers this Friday, and I hope you are, too.  I’m going to enjoy the discussion, as well.  Make sure you come back this Friday!