Yep, I'm planning to do it. Can I finish my current WIP in a week? No, probably not, but I'm still going to work on writing 50,000 words during November because I just can't pass up an opportunity like this! Not when people are going to be holding me to my promise. You can't BUY that kind of pressure.
Well, I guess you wouldn't want to buy pressure in the first place, but you get what I mean, right? The idea that somebody somewhere might come across the status bar and find me at 3,000 words at the end of November is kind of horror-fying. Thus, I will prevail. I will conquer. I will rule the Nanowrimo!
So add me as a buddy and watch me win.
I want to watch one hundred writers complete a book in the month of November. To me, that would be the best manifestation of writerly awesome ever. Join us in committing to write 50,000 words in thirty days! It's going to ROCK the Hizzouse! <--I will try not to be this lame once Nano starts. I promise.
Stop that, keyboard. You can trust me. I will not be lame.
[E for Effort.]
Not nice, keyboard. Not. Nice.
p.s. The WriteOnCon chat with Sara Megibow of Nelson Lit Agency was really, really fun and informative. You can still read the whole thing on the WriteOnCon blog, and I recommend you do.
p.p.s. Mark your calendars for the query chat this Thursday with THE Query Ninja herself, Elana Johnson!