Tuesday, November 8, 2016

NaZoWriMo Week 2: All set, let's keep going!

Alright, it's official, the time to enter NaZoWriMo (with our tracking chart) has closed!  I hope everyone is reaching their goals and having a great time with this event. After reading over the entries I am really excited to see all of these!

As a quick reminder, you have until Thursday, December 1st to finish and submit your stories. We'll get back to you with more info on the ending of the event as we approach November's end.

For all of you that signed up, I hope you've all been writing! If you haven't gotten a ton done yet, that's alright, you'll just have to pick up some slack in the coming weeks. It's a big project and there's a lot to it, but I know you all can do it!  Try Everything!

Anyways, that's it for this week.  We've gotten a good number of people to sign up, so I'll be back next week, hopefully with a bit more to say to remind you to keep writing and stay strong!  Now if you'll excuse me, I have some writing to do!

'Till next time!
Dominic Faux, signing off.


  1. Why am I just hearing about this...

    1. Good question. We've done 3 posts about it now, with one of them being featured in the top of the sidebar.

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  3. In the past for NaNoWriMo, at the advice of founder Chris Baty, I've made a point not to delete any words (yet). Instead, I highlight the words that I want to ignore, since the strike-through feature is more difficult to implement in my software. But if I submit the story for publication on this site, I suspect that the highlighting won't appear. Does this mean I should delete those words and try to get to 50,000 without them?

    Also, how picky is your word counter? Mine reads spaced dashes and ellipses as words unto themselves. whereas unspacing them turns two words into one.