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17-11-2014 11:18:14  #21


Re: NaNoWrMo

Thanks! But, it's never too late Janet (well, maybe if you started on November 28 it might be)! I took an off day yesterday and did some housekeeping with what I had written so far, but I need to get back at it again today. I find that it's pretty easy to lose momentum... 


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17-11-2014 17:56:33  #22


Re: NaNoWrMo

is it to late to start this? i know its the 17th but can i still particapte?

 

17-11-2014 19:04:24  #23


Re: NaNoWrMo

I don't see why not, but then again this is my first time and I'm not all that familiar with the ins and outs of how it works. Just visit the website: http://nanowrimo.org/


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20-11-2014 11:07:44  #24


Re: NaNoWrMo

I've got a little article up on the New Hampshire Center for the Book's blog on doing NaNoWriMo with a typewriter. 

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20-11-2014 11:27:14  #25


Re: NaNoWrMo

Interesting read. Thanks for sharing that. 


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29-11-2014 19:54:37  #26


Re: NaNoWrMo

I finished NaNoWriMo with 50,109 but reckon I need about 20K more to complete the first draft. Along the way I used my Olympia SG1, an Olivetti Studio 45, an Olivetti Lettera 22, and an Underwood Finger-Flite. My thanks to all of them, and to my wife for putting up with the early-morning typing.
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