Going on my third year of NaNo this year, I'm trying to sway away from fantasy this time.
My first year, I wrote "Strife by Truth" which was stressful due to my at-the-time terrible typing speed, and ended at ~55k words. I ran out of plot half way through, and had to add a stupid twist. The only copy of this book is on my bookshelf, and i won't read it again for quite some time. I doubt I'll let anyone else read it.
My second year, I wrote Debellian Sands. This year, I got it together for NaNo, by doubling my typing speed from the last year, and creating the world BEFORE I started writing. I spent a few months editing this one, and my Grandparents currently have the only copy of this one.
Both years before were fantasy-adventure.
Anyway, if you read, thanks for putting up with me babbling on. If you didn't, I don't blame you, I would have skipped it too!
PS: I'm contemplating becoming a ML next year.
- Writing (of course), reading, running, Wumbology
- Favorite noveling music:
- Instrumental. Jazz to rock mostly.
- Favorite books or authors:
- From Greco-Roman to modern Fantasy/Adventure, I tend to not be swayed by genre too much, but I generally either love or hate specific authors.