I've been feeling a little left out. All my bloggerly friends are embarking on the month-long writing frenzy that is NaNoWritMo.
I love the idea of NaNo and maybe if I were more of a planner I could make it work for me. But my writing is like a fever that grips me and doesn't let get. I can't really plan for it. (Except for copy edits, I've now learned that I can plan for copy edits. Thank goodness.)
I'm also nearly finished with WOLFSBANE (Nightshade Book 2) and will need to keep my focus on revision of that beast and getting it into the hands of my lovely critters.
But I'm feeling a little lonely, wishing I could be in the NaNo frenzy that has gripped the writing work for this newborn month of November. I'll follow fellow authors' progress with interest and cheer them on from the sidelines.
Maybe next year.
Speaking of NaNo folks who I admire, thanks so much to Carrie Harris for the honorable mention in her Twilight + Classic title mashup contest!! Carrie's contests are a blast, I'd highly recommend perusing the entries and entering yourself in the next round.