Sunday, 1 November 2015

Happy NaNoWriMo day!

Today is the 1st November, which means not only is Christmas (and my birthday) now only mere weeks away, it's also the start of NaNoWriMo!

For those of you who are new to writing, NaNoWriMo stands for National Novel Writing Month, and the idea is that by midnight of the 30th November, you'll have written 50,000 words. Its a tough task, but definitely achievable. If you're just getting started with your writing, I would highly recommend giving it a go - it's invaluable in terms of teaching you about vital it is to write every day (or at least, getting into the habit of writing regularly), as well as giving you the opportunity to reach out and connect with fellow writers all over the world. If you'd like to know more, check out the NaNoWriMo website here.

Although I love the concept behind NaNoWriMo, this year I've decided not to officially participate. However, I will be there in spirit if not in person - I'm going to attempt to get the bulk of my latest WIP down on paper, as well as maybe try and get another project off the ground, but we'll see how my WIP goes first.

Also, I just thought I'd give you all a heads up - I'll be making a few changes to my blog/other social media sites over the coming week, one of which being (provided it all goes to plan and I don't mess it up) my blog URL will be changing. At some point over the next couple of days, it'll be changing to So this is just a warning in case your can't get onto my blog for a day or two (because knowing me, it'll go wrong somehow) - but fingers crossed everything will be up and running by IWSG on Wednesday!

So that's it! At the moment I'm just trying to tackle my huge to-do list that I wrote while on holiday last week, as well as mentally preparing myself to go back to work tomorrow after a week and a half off.

Happy Sunday everyone!

Are you taking part in NaNowriMo this year? Why/why not? Do you use a custom domain name, and did you find it easy to set up? Let me know!


  1. I hope the coming month brings you plenty of time and inspiration to work on your WIP. Good luck with the changes, hopefully see you Wednesday :)

    1. Thank you, Suzanne! I'm trying to organise all my deadlines/to-do lists today so fingers crossed it'll all work out! See you on Wednesday :) - I'm hoping to make a better effort with IWSG this month than I did last time!

  2. I week and a half off must have been great! Too bad it's back to the grind now. Good luck with writing your WIP during Nov and getting that to-do list taken care of. I'm cheering for you!

    1. It was amazing! Today wasn't as bad as I expected it to be, but it still hurt getting up at 6.30am again! Thank you so much for your encouragement, Lexa :)!


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