In the Bookcase

11.03.2010

MyWriMo .:. Day 3

MyWriMo @ In the Bookcase

November is here. I'm so excited to now be into the 3rd official day of writing.

In just the first couple days of writing, I've added 1,100+ words on my first short story I'm trying to finish. Already, I can feel myself edging closer to the storyline's conclusion. By the weekend, I'm sure the story will be complete. Then it will be time to pull out the next story I want to finish.

What are you writing in November? Finising some projects, like me? Starting something new? What kind of word count are you striving for? If anyone would like to share about your writing progress so far, I'd like to hear from you! Drop me a comment, or post on your blog about it. If you're interested in participating in MyWriMo, just let me know and I'll add you to my list below.


Other MyWriMo Friends:

Katie - Whisperings of the Pen

Jessica - Literary Pursuits

Jennifer - Blogful of Books

Jessie - Number the Stars


Now I will leave you with a couple pieces of writing inspiration.

If you want links to some awesome websites to help you in your writing, take a peek at what Hannah Grace posted earlier this week. In her big list, you're sure to find something that sparks an interest with you... tips, prompts, and other writing tools.

One more thing....

If there's a book
you really want to read,
but it hasn't been written yet,
then you must write it.
{Toni Morrison}


4 comments:

  1. Love that quote! I've been pondering my book a bit before I continue writing it. My best ideas tend to come at night, when I'm supposed to be sleeping. :)

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  2. I'm not doing NaNoWriMo. I was going to like after last year but then this year came so fast I forgot about it. I've not ever done it before so I don't really know :P Whats your story about? How've you been doing? My facebook is not existent and will be no more until further notice. Most likely 5 years. I want it back, but my parents thought it best if it was out of my life right now so ya :)

    God bless,
    Willow-willow-wooooooo!

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  3. Anonymous11/04/2010

    Tarissa , I m not good at writing books but if you read "Crazy Love, and Forgotten God" by Francis Chan you ll see why I ve changed my ways in life. I dont want to be like the rest of this Greedy nation....just some friendly spiritual advise.

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  4. *jumps into MyWriMo* I didn't think NaNo and my life would agree this year -- with school and much else I'm way too busy -- but this, this awesome TarissaIdea is right up my alley. Consider me a participant. ^.^

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