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  1. I can't laugh at that. The universe send me a sign years ago by sending me a wrong book: Natural Writing! I've been meaning to read and use it since I stopped working at the cinema, but still haven't found the time. I hope this Nano will push me to more writing. My story is taking on shape and I'm hopeful…lets talk in a week πŸ˜‰

  2. I'm looking forward to it too since I don't usually pick up books like this. Not really my cup of tea but a few of my subscribers have encouraged me by saying that I'll probably like it and that it's well written. Review to come…. πŸ™‚

  3. Yes it is. I'm very happy about that. I hope we can keep it up and most of all keep it interesting. It's going to be fun. I've got my work cut out for me since I'm doing NaNoWriMo. Did you know that it was NaBloWriMo?

  4. Well Wiebke, 0 words today. I decided to take of the edge and not write today. Will be starting tomorrow bright and early. Needed some time to figure out what I was going to write. I've decided to rewrite my novel from last year while focusing on the characters and more description. I hope it helps me finish the story but give my story some literary interest. It's tough writing. Don't laugh but I've been reading Creative Writing for Dummies. There's some good advice in there. Good luck! πŸ™‚

  5. No worries. I should have started today and just couldn't get it together. Will get a fresh start on it tomorrow and will try to write the minimum 3,334 words. I've decided to rewrite my novel with more of a character focus with the hopes that this time I'll manage to finally end it but most of all that my writing will be even more descriptive. Maybe you could take some notes while you're way when you're winding down. That'll make the writing flow a lot better when you get back. Good luck!

  6. How did your write-off go? I didn't start till lunch today and managed a thousand words in an hour. Now should get ready for work, but procrastinating a little more πŸ˜‰
    I still don't have an outline for my story. I should really get my act together and sit down and do that, it'll make the month so much easier… Ah well.

  7. I'm having to start NaNoWriMo a week late (next Saturday) because I'm out of town on work. So I'm I doubt I'm going to win, but participating should still be fun and quite the challenge.

  8. Goof Off removes sticker's stuff and many other things. I buy a lot of used books and on all of them I wipe them down with Goof Off on a paper towel. It removes fingerprints, sticker goo, dust, etc. It's a strong smell but only lasts a minute and has not yet damaged any book.
    I'll be reading with your international club!
    Good luck with NaNoWriMo!
    ~ jenny

  9. I will more than likely join the group on goodreads but I know I won't get to the group book for this month because my tbr for November is thick! Good luck w/NaNoWriMo!

  10. It's 1:30am here and I'm trying to write something that makes sense. Brrr! Going for another tisane. Good luck! If notheing good comes out I'll just go to bed and try in the morning.

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