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Calumny and dragones be there here
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I've started and failed about five times. Maybe this year will be different.

Dunno if I'm still registered on their site, will check it when I get home.


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Originally posted by Jocelyn:
I suspect that's why you're on your way to being a published author, and I am... not.

Anyway, I've signed up on the site and attempted to add Saharial as a buddy. My handle is JocelynZombie if anyone would like to add me.


I suppose you are right.

ETA - I added you.

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Adding more Writing Buddies. I really like the idea of a December nano exchange. We always exchange snippets at the Buffalo Post-nano shindig. Also, a full exchange would help get me to write coherent scenes rather than whatever part of the plot is easiest.

Incidentally I want the hoodie so hard.


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Adding more Writing Buddies. I really like the idea of a December nano exchange. We always exchange snippets at the Buffalo Post-nano shindig. Also, a full exchange would help get me to write coherent scenes rather than whatever part of the plot is easiest.

Incidentally I want the hoodie so hard.


I'd so wear that.

My username is Eldi on the nano site.
 
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i'm on, sillypunk per the norm.


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I am Fiori. I already added Jocelyn, Eldi and Saharial. I will find you, too SP.

*crossing my fingers, mebbeh I get done this time*


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I might give this a shot. I'm sort of terrified of anyone else reading what I spit out in that short amount of time, though.


Really? I can't wait to show people what kind of stupid crap i come up with on the spur of the moment.


I feel this way about my knitting and whatever I'm cooking or baking.

Which has absolutely nothing to do with nanowrimo. Smile



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Originally posted by Rob!:
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Originally posted by Jocelyn:
I might give this a shot. I'm sort of terrified of anyone else reading what I spit out in that short amount of time, though.


Really? I can't wait to show people what kind of stupid crap i come up with on the spur of the moment.


I feel this way about my knitting and whatever I'm cooking or baking.

Which has absolutely nothing to do with nanowrimo. Smile


you could totally start NaSweKniMo and knit me a sweater.
 
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Or! You could join NaNoWriMo and write a book about knitting a sweater!

(And then knit me a sweater, too.)
 
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Yes, but I truly doubt that cryptic knitting terms like 'K2tog' count as a word. Smile

I need more arms to knit more sweaters. Smile



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Yes, but I truly doubt that cryptic knitting terms like 'K2tog' count as a word. Smile

I need more arms to knit more sweaters. Smile


If there's a space before and a space after, I betch Word will count it as a word.

And a book about someone who does alot of knitting has scads of opportunity for metaphors and stuff like that. I'd read it, if it also had explosions.


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Well, yarn doesn't explode so much as entangle...



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Oooooh, yarn entanglements!


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Well, yarn doesn't explode so much as entangle...


as do multiple storylines.
 
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I'm tempted to just use this Big Grin



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I'm tempted to just use this Big Grin


*snerk*



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Is it bad that I'm looking at the auto-generator and thinking 'I could make that work, actually.' Razz


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I'm chomping at the bit, and am concerned that this means when November rolls around, I'll be over it.

I might use that auto-generator to write a short story to warm up for this.
 
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Every time I have more than two characters plotting their separate plots, I get confused.
I guess that is why I like writing about eccentric loners.


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