Each Wednesday check this blog for a strategy, process, or reflection for illustration with the iPad app ProCreate. This Wednesday Wrap Up , I share my November project — writing, poetry, art, wrapped up in an annual adventure: NaNoWriMo.
This has been another busy day, and I have yet to write. I’ll get in the minimum today: 1,667 words, but …. I have this post to write amongst all the other business of this day. But here’s my progress towards the 50,000 word count. I’ve written 32,985 words to date in this story, so I am way ahead as you can see.
Here’s a list of posts with excerpts and info from the story….
- Prep: short poem about the title
- Olivia’s Song
- The beginning
- Joseph at the Dig
- Symbol Found
- Juniper in the Dragon’s Footprint
- Poetry and Jospeh’s Map
- Illustration of Columbine— lanterns of the wee folk
- About the Wood Sorrel — illustration and excerpt
- Juniper’s Vessel — illustration and excerpt
- NaNoWriMo 1— lanterns of the fairies
And now, off to write….
NaNoWriMo [National Novel Writing Month] –write at least 1667 words a day to reach 50,000 total words by November 30th — fifty thousand words of a novel.
My novels: Click for this blog’s NaNoWriMo posts and Click for AskWhatElse posts, and here– links to their Flickr albums:
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Humbled by your effort and admiring your writing from afar …
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Thank you. It’s just a creative adventure, creating worlds that weren’t imagined before. 🙂