:D Thanks, I'm glad it's done.
Congrats! So glad you reached, "the end!" I've pretty much failed, but my book is almost done, so yay?
Huge YAY!!!An almost finished book is far better than the unpolishable turd I made.You get a book, I get a NaNo badge. Lol.I also get to take my monstrosity to the crossroads at midnight, and bury it with a stake through it's heart.
Don't be too hasty with the staking. I'm sure there's PLENTY of good stuff in there!
...AND congrats on reaching your November Write1Sub1 goals. You must be Wonder Woman. =]
Lol. Imagine me in the silly costume, fighting crime...
Congrats on the early win and doing W1S1 as well!
Also...I just read and loved the story you linked to on the latest W1S1 ("Upon the Sands of the Sea"), so I eagerly checked out your "Writing" tab here... only to realize that you also wrote the story that most resonated with me in the Brain Harvest issue I read yesterday ("Down by the River"). It seemed too coincidental not to mention, and obviously I very much look forward to future stories from you.
Congrats on winning Nano! You're probably worn out now. :P
Congratulations, Lydia, on both Nano and your W1S1 November goals! A productive month for you. :)
Congrats on NANO and W1S1. Hold off on the staking. You can always fix words on a page.
:) Thank you.Jillian. Thanks! I'm glad you enjoyed my stories. I'll always be fond of the Brain Harvest one as it was my first ever sale :DLol, Jeff, maybe one day I'll unearth it and have another look. Until then it can rest in peace.
Congrats on this and W1S1 and on getting the snow on your blog!
Thanks :)And thanks for the snow.