Half-Way Party for Guelph #NaNoWriMo

nanowrimocrestLast evening, eight of us met at Fionn MacCool’s in south Guelph for our half-way party. We are an eclectic group of writers but still manage to find common topics of discussion. The conversation was an animated one as we chatted about our WIPs, e-publishing vs. traditional publishing, evil day jobs, and NaNoWriMo.

We also debated the merits of different writing processes. We appeared to be divided (not so evenly!) between plotters (write using chapter outlines) and pantsers (write by the seat of their pants). While I like to stick with my comfort level of 1700 words per day, several of the others have written 5000+ words in one day.

All in all, it was an enjoyable evening, and I left, inspired to continue writing.

My Word Count (as of Tuesday, November 15) – 25,599 words.

Goal (by Wednesday, November 30) – 50,000 words.

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ONWARD ♦ AVANTI ♦ EN AVANT ♦ WEITER ♦ ADELANTE ♦ AVANTE


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4 responses to “Half-Way Party for Guelph #NaNoWriMo

  1. Isn’t it great when you can commune with friends doing the same thing you are!! i love that NaNoWriMo brings writers together. Well done.

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