I AM BACK!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Okay, so I haven’t been writing for a while, but at least for November there is a reason for that. I’ve been competing in NaNoWriMo’s young writers program. You’re probably wondering what NaNoWriMo is or means. It means: National Novel Writing Month. I have no idea how they came up with November being the national novel writing month, so don’t ask.

Anyway, here is what it is: A writing program where you set a word count goal and try to reach it before midnight November 30. You’re supposed to challenge yourself but not make it impossible. I went for 10,000 words, and I went over my goal by a 100 something.

So I won, but the novel isn’t finished yet, so I still have writing to do. If you want to compete in NaNoWriMo next year click here.


  1. Congrats! I, too, get to proudly display the badge of honor 🙂 It was first year to finally participate & I really hauled it to finish. The ending was really weak, but I can atleast say I finished it in the 30 days. The edits are rather daunting..

    Congrats nonetheless!!


  2. Congrats to you, too! And good luck with your editing!

    I didn’t actually finish my book yet. I just made my word-count goal of 10,000. But I do plan to finish my story — and to publish it, if I can.

    Really I must say: Congrats to anyone who competed in NaNoWriMo and pulled off their word count goals. But, for those who didn’t, don’t give up, it’s not the end of the world that you didn’t win. Look on the bright side: you can still continue to work on your book, and when next year comes you can try again ;D, In fact, I plan to compete next year, even though I did reach my goal!


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