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Monday

Is it Winning?

When you write like there is no tomorrow in the spirit of personal challenge, in the spirit of fun, is it fair to call it winning?

When you write from the heart whether it makes sense to anyone else, is it called writing?

Can it be something valued to others if you don't write to please them?

If you are just doing it for your own personal pleasure, is it selfish?

When you know there are thousands who are also applying themselves at the same time for one full month how is it that there is a sense of solidarity when you don't see them or know them?

Does 50,000 words make a novel all by themselves?

How can one just simply start at the word GO, and have a completed readable story in 31 days without having planned everything out ahead of time?

What happens to those who believe such a thing is possible and realize they cannot complete the task they set before them?

Enough with the questions, already!!!

Just celebrate that the goal has been met, the fun has been enjoyed, discoveries have been made and work with it until it is presentable!

National Novel Writing Month
I'm a "Winner"!

7 comments:

  1. WOW! And Congratulations!! I've also been curious about the NaNoWriMo...what fun that you participated! And all good questions you pose here - good food for thought for any writer!

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  2. Congratulations on completing your personal writing challenge!

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  4. Thanks, Jen. Take a look at NaNoWriMo's site for a few minutes. It's simple and straightforward. Maybe next November, I will see you there?

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  5. That is something to be proud of!!!

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