Here comes November! In writer's circles this is known as National Novel Writing Month where you pump out 50,000 words to make a book. I've done it before and, although November can be a busy month as it starts the holiday season, it's possible.
NANOWRIMO site lets you sign up and find fellow NANO-ers to write with and support each other. I've never used that site, but I see some regions where a lot of people signed up. They go to coffee houses and gather in groups to pump out their 50,000 words. Sounds like fun?
My daughter, a food blogger, likes to write in coffee houses. I'm not sure. I've always written better in a cave. A desk in the corner with the door shut. I find coffee houses noisy and distracting.
Then we have the virtual facebook NANOWRIMO which is part of the regular NANO but maybe less organized with more easy online access. (Others have set up pages too. NANO world on facebook. )
I'm in the middle of a major edit for my latest WIP and really want to get it done. Would I be a NANO cheater if I just finished that work for NANO? It's a lot longer than 50,000 so it's still a lot of work. A fellow writer isn't sure that qualifies. Now I sit on the edge of writing something totally new or finishing the WIP and I'm not sure which way to go.
So, do you NANO? Are you ready for the challenge?