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22nd-Oct-2008 02:18 pm - Nanowrimo Report Card
Nanowrimo - Bring it On
I updated the Nanowrimo Report Card (that nifty excel sheet!) for 2008!

Download it Here

Please feel free to share that link around.

:)
5th-Nov-2007 03:05 pm - Nanowrimo Write In
Crack the Darkest Sky Wide Open
Hello Wrimos!

Hope your word counts are going well!

Mine need a boost! So I'm having a write in to help me get enthusiastic!

This Thursday (short notice, I know) at UNH in the MUB on the third floor. I'm going to show up some time around 6 PM and stay till around 9 probably. I'll bring a power strip, but please bring extras too, the outlets are there, but somewhat spread out.

So, come if you're interested! I'll be there plugging away and I'll bring the plot box.

All I ask is that you come ready to write! Socializing is great too, but mostly I want to write! (Of course the MUB is huge so anyone who just wants to come to shoot the breeze would totally be able to find space to do it!)

I plan to try for one of those long tables at the end of the MUB closer to T-Hall, but if I can't get that I might try for the opposite end of the MUB, by the stairs.

Hope to see you there!

RSVP not needed but it'd be great so I know if anyone else plans to show.
11th-Oct-2007 08:35 am - Writing Advice
Josh and I bw
Some great advice for writers that goes far beyond "Write if you must, but quit if you can" by Kate Elliott. It's geared to SFF writers, but I think it would work for all genre writers and most likely all writers in general. Enjoy!

Advice for First Time SFF Novelists
8th-Oct-2007 06:28 pm - Hi everyone
NaNo!
With even just the NH regional forum taking so long to post - I thought we could all meet over here until the actual Nano forums are back up and working.

So, whatcha writing about?

I've got to go usher kids to bed, but I'll be back later.

Lisa
25th-Oct-2006 11:35 am - Kickoff Date
Handfasting
Hear Ye Hear Ye!

Message from Kat, NH ML :) (who is not me, I am merely reposting this)

Hello New Hampshire writers! I'm Kat, your co-ML this year. I'm pleased to announce the official details for our Manchester-area kick-off party!

DATE: October 29
TIME: 2:30 pm
LOCATION: Uno's in Manchester

You can find directions, menus, and other information about the restaurant here: http://502.unotogo.com/

I hope to see lots of you there! Spouses/parents/etc. are welcome, of course. If you have any questions about this event or anything else, please feel free to e-mail me or send me a NaNoMail message.

One week left! Hurrah!
Kat
31st-Dec-2005 11:43 pm - I have a
sadly insane decision I made for a new years resolution.

a) (the sane part) fix the spelling/grammer problems in my honors project.
b) 100,000 word plus novel AND FINISHING IT!

lol, go me!
6th-Dec-2005 08:36 am - Writing Groups
Handfasting
Welcome again, to nh_nanowrimo!

And especially a big welcome to all those who are new to Livejournal entirely.

I wanted to share a few other writing communities that some of you might enjoy as writing challenges through the year. If any of them strike your fancy go investigate! I'm in all of the ones mentioned here, which is how I know about them.

hundredwords is a community in which you have to write at least 100 words every day for 100 days. If you miss a day you have to start over.

15minuteficlets is a community in which you are given a word and then you simply write for fifteen minutes on whatever comes into your head.

400words is a writing prompt community which endeavors to post daily prompts of which you can choose one to write at least 400 words on. The idea was based on a statement by Neil Gaiman or Terry Pratchett who said that they always try to write at least 400 words every day.

anime100, tv100, book100, hp100, snape100 and movie100 are drabble communities. A drabble is a short story of exactly 100 words. These communities post weekly challenges and some of them award points to various teams which you can join. These can be quite addictive.

haiku_for_you is a fun little community (that I run) in which you write haiku and share them :)

bodyandsoul100 is a community in which you write 100 short pieces on any original character of your own based on 100 single word challenges or themes.
4th-Dec-2005 01:22 am - Never? Well that sucks...
peer pressure
“Think no evil, do no evil, hear no evil, and you will never write a best-selling novel.” – Sister Esther Boor of the Convent of the School Sisters of Notre Dame, Mankato, Minnesota.

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I just found this quote in an Alzheimer's article that my mother had looked up, and of course I found it to be absolutely perfect for NaNoWriMo...if only it weren't 34 days too late. Ah well, hopefully it will be an inspiration to us next November, if not the rest of the year!
3rd-Dec-2005 09:39 pm - And this
Is what happens when cheesy movies are playing on TV and every novel you've read for your eng class ends with either everyone dying, miserable, or dead....

Caution: Sappy story ahead.

Stolen MemoriesCollapse )

Oh, and comment if you want to...
3rd-Dec-2005 10:55 am - Welcome!
Nanowrimo - Bring it On
Welcome to nh_nanowrimo a community made for New Hampshire Nano participants in the 'off season' (i.e. not November).

Anyone is welcome to join and contribute to discussions, share writing, talk about Nano, make plans for next year, bounce ideas.

Don't know what Nano is? Check out the website http://www.nanowrimo.org to find out more about this 30 day thrill ride.

Feel free to leave suggestions for the community in the comments, or post a question.

Also, feel free to check out some of the pictures from Nano Events in 2005 - http://photobucket.com/albums/d186/ml_caitirin/
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