Cons and NaNoWriMo
Hey guys. On the road headed off to Tucson Comic Con. Really excited to meet some people for the first time in person.
Doing con panels like this is super fun. I love meeting people, traveling, and seeing all the fun stuff at these conventions. So, just in case you haven’t heard it enough, if you’re going to be in Tucson tomorrow, make sure you swing by to see myself and two other Smash Fiction hosts running the Surprise Party panel. We got lots of great prizes to give out and an awesome game.
put on a separate note, it’s November. You know what that means. NaNoWriMo. Phrase I’m surprised my iPhones dictation was actually able to recognize. I’m not sure if I will be participating in the typical way this year. I’m very busy trying to get my queries out, but since I’m not actively writing I guess I do have a little bit of time to focus on something new. Then again I wrote three short stories within the last year.
I suppose it isn’t good that I’m trying to come up with an excuse not to write. But I wonder if the time I would spend writing will be better served in trying to get mine already finished manuscript published? I suppose it wouldn’t hurt to work on something new, but I don’t think I can knock out the form 50,000 words required by NaNoWriMo.
What about you guys? Is anyone up there participating in NaNoWriMo? It’s a great excuse to get to work on that novel you always been wanting to do. I suppose I could always do a little bit on my sequels maybe do some research, figure out where I want to go with the next novel. Either way, even if I’m not knocking out the full 50,000 words, I’m sure I’ll still be writing in some fashion.
Well, the road is calling. I’ll give you guys an update on how the convention went tomorrow.
Be excellent to each other.
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