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Do you NaNo? LOL, no I’m not talking about Robin Williams and Mork and Mindy. Raise your hand if you know about Mork and Mindy?

Anyway, with one month until National Novel Writing Month begins, aka NaNoWriMo, aka NaNo, I find myself wondering what to do. It’s obvious I’ll be a Rebel this year. No, I’m not going back to my “bad girl” days. (Who me?) Being a NaNo Rebel means you will continue with a book you had already started, instead of starting a new one from scratch. There might be different rules, and I need to check this out, but it’s still writing fifty thousand words in thirty days.

Last year on the second day of November, I wrote a Thursday Thirteen post about thirteen things I had done in two days of NaNo. I’ll reblog it later.

Will you do NaNoWriMo this year? Have you done previous years? There are a lot of forums on their website to help. LinkedIn has more than one NaNoWriMo group and I’m in one with 500 members. Google Plus probably has many NaNo circles and I’m in one of them. Inspiration and encouragement are important aspects during the thirty days of literary abandon.It helps to have support when you can’t force another word from your muse. Muse? In reality, I think the muse takes a vacation.


I heard they were purging the site early so if you’re a member, you can get your page set up sooner than last year.

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