It’s been a month since the end of the last NaNo, and I’m still mulling over how I felt about it. I’ve been focusing on plotting lately, so I was looking forward to pantsing again. I didn’t enjoy it as much as I have in the past.
I still like the experience of discovery through writing, but I’ve also come to like the efficiency I’ve managed to achieve in what plotting I’ve done, and I can’t say that pantsing is the most efficient method in the universe, even if it is still effective for me.
So, my conclusions from this NaNo is that I need to find a way to get the efficiency of plotting in with the discovery of pantsing.
Niteblade Issue #30 was released at the start of the month.
Haven’t had a chance to check it out yet? Well good news! As a gift to our readers, the full web version has been released early!
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Note to self: a final 55555 word count would look pretty neat on the site. Make that your goal for next NaNo.
Also, you have apparently decided to do NaNo next year.
How is it almost November again already?
Here we go again!
Niteblade Issue #29 was released at the start of the month.
Check out the preview on the web, and help us make the full issue free by buying a copy!
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Welcome to the to A is For Apocalypse blog train! If you haven’t had a chance yet, be sure to check out the other stops on the train.
One of the first apocalypses I can remember seeing was in Wizards. It was showing late at a comic convention in a tiny room in the basement floor. Only a handful of people were there, which was good, as the room could maybe have held twenty people. A TV was placed at the front of the room, the lights were turned out, and the world appeared on the screen. Then it blew up.
We laughed. What else could you do?