The Twelve Days of NaNoWriMo (or something like that)

On the 1st day of NaNo, my novel gave to me a fresh new pen to jot notes down.

On the 4th day of NaNo, my novel gave to me two MCs and a fresh new pen to jot notes down.

On the7th day of NaNo, my novel gave to me three supporting characters, two MCs and a fresh new pen to jot notes down.

On the 10th day of NaNo, my novel gave to me four red herrings, three supporting characters, two MCs and a fresh new pen to jot notes down.

On the 13th day of NaNo, my novel gave to me five plot hole things, four red herrings, three supporting characters, two MCs and a fresh new pen to jot notes down.

On the 16th day of NaNo, my novel gave to me six contractions avoided, five plot hole things, four red herrings, three supporting characters, two MCs and a fresh new pen to jot notes down.

On the 19th day of NaNo, my novel gave to me seven cases of self-doubt, six contractions avoided, five plot hole things, four red herrings, three supporting characters, two MCs and a fresh new pen to jot notes down.

On the 22nd day of NaNo, my novel gave to me eight Milky Way bars, seven cases of self-doubt, six contractions avoided, five plot hole things, four red herrings, three supporting characters, two MCs and a fresh new pen to jot notes down.

On the 25th day of NaNo, my novel gave to me nine robots dancing, eight Milky Way bars, seven cases of self-doubt, six contractions avoided, five plot hole things, four red herrings, three supporting characters, two MCs and a fresh new pen to jot notes down.

On the 27th day of NaNo, my novel gave to me ten landlords murdered, nine robots dancing, eight Milky Way bars, seven cases of self-doubt, six contractions avoided, five plot hole things, four red herrings, three supporting characters, two MCs and a fresh new pen to jot notes down.

On the 29th day of NaNo, my novel gave to me eleven pipes a-bursting, ten landlords murdered, nine robots dancing, eight Milky Way bars, seven cases of self-doubt, six contractions avoided, five plot hole things, four red herrings, three supporting characters, two MCs and a fresh new pen to jot notes down.

On the 30th day of NaNo, my novel gave to me twelve Purple Winner Bars, eleven pipes a-bursting, ten landlords murdered, nine robots dancing, eight Milky Way bars, seven cases of self-doubt, six contractions avoided, five plot hole things, four red herrings, three supporting characters, two MCs and a fresh new pen to jot notes down.

On the 1st day after NaNo, my novel gave to me waaaay too much free time!

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3 responses to “The Twelve Days of NaNoWriMo (or something like that)

  1. Pingback: NaNoWriMo 2010 Winner! And the crowd goes wild!! | Sarah-M-Dipity

  2. Here’s a question about writing: in my NaNo novel (‘Chinese Whispers’ for those who might want to buy it once it’s published) there’s a pregnant pause in the dialogue. Now I ask you, when it’s a man who’s speaking, is it possible to have a pregnant pause?

    • LOL! I love it, Marya. Can’t wait to read it. As far as the pause…I, personally, believe it’s the pause that is expecting…er, pregnant, not the person pausing! 🙂

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