I haven't written anything on my NaNoWriMo 2007 novel since the 19th. Have you seen my word count? I have six, yes count them, 6, days left to write over 28,000 words. I had the nerve to read a book yesterday instead of writing (not even one single word.) We are looking at 4,712.66666666666 words per day for the next six days. Start taking bets and don't hurt yourself laughing at me.
Quit blogging and write!ReplyDelete
You go girl - I kwow you can do it!ReplyDelete
Good luck. :DReplyDelete
OMG! 4000 words a day! I couldn't bark that much! -IcyReplyDelete
Nessa, why am I thinking if anybody can pull this off, it's you? Good luck!ReplyDelete
Gack!!!! Dang me,girl, I will take off my hat (and any other hats I see) to you if you can pull that off.ReplyDelete
i have a bad habit of reading when I should be writing, so I understand...
Anyway, good luck!
Oh, and I love your Soylent Green turkey...have you ever seen the veggie flax chips from Trader Joe's? THey look like soylent yellow, soylent red and yes, soylent green...
It's time to get that great new office chair (you know, the one with the toilet attached to it?) so you'll get time to go when you need it. ~hugs~ Good luck hon.ReplyDelete
Oh Lord....get busy lady! And good luck!ReplyDelete
P.S. I would NEVER laugh at you! It would for sure come and bite me in the butt...
I'd develop a stuttering problem real quick!ReplyDelete
Good luck with that, sister.ReplyDelete
NES-SA! NES-SA! NES-SA!
(i don't put up my pompoms fer just anyone, ya know...)
Yeah, I'm pretty much impressed with anyone who even attempts nanowrimo, myself, of course, not being in that category.ReplyDelete
I did contemplate starting a novel, but then I wound up getting drunk and passing out for two weeks, so already you are ahead of me!ReplyDelete
Good luck, my dear!
Forget the false word count bar. Write what you want when you want.ReplyDelete
No laughing here. You can do it. We are your pep rally. Honestly, I don't think I could get that as much as you did. :)ReplyDelete
You are doing well. Everybody ends up writing at their own speed and in their own way. But it is good to push because it gets the process started.ReplyDelete
I can't laugh - I'm further behind than you!ReplyDelete
I have faith. Haven't you ever heard that women are like tea bags? They work best in hot water...ReplyDelete
The word count you have already achieved is staggering in my opinion! Hope all goes well for the remainder....good luck! :)ReplyDelete
I have the utmost supreme confidence in you Nessa! (and, I can't wait to read on :))ReplyDelete
I'm not laughing. Well, maybe just a teehee...NO! D*amn it I am NOT laughing. ;PReplyDelete
Get busy girl!
I don't laugh...my first final test (of 5!) is on Monday and I am sittign here and watching an episode of Friends instead of re-viewing Max Weber's three dimensional theory of stratification...procrastination is an easy level to achieve, it seems :)ReplyDelete
Wow! Good luck with all that... I won't be laughing at you. Only cheering you on! :-)ReplyDelete
Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha haReplyDelete
Writing is a lonely business to borrow a line from Sir John GielgudReplyDelete