The Insecure Writer’s Support Group.

PLEASE NOTE THERE ARE TWO POSTS TODAY The Midweek tease comes after this one. 

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Welcome to November’s IWSG blog hop. This month’s question deals with NaNo

November 1 question – Win or not, do you usually finish your NaNo project? Have any of them gone on to be published?

I have participated in three NaNo writing sessions and I’m pleased to say I completed each challenge. My first time was Nano boot camp and the book I wrote was In Plain Sight which was published by Crimson Romance.  In Plain Sight cover.jpgThe second time I wrote Echoes of the Past which was first published by Secret Cravings, EchoesEbookFinalbut when they closed, I indie published it. MY third effort, originally titled, Yours, Mine and Ours, was completed, but I didn’t like it, so I rewrote it and re-titled it, Wedding Bell Blues.  It will be a Kindle Scout campaign item starting November 2.

WBB final coverThis year, I’m using Nano to complete a sci-fi novel I began as a serial. Finding Eloisia is about the last three hundred humans trying to find a home after Earth was destroyed.

One of the main advantages to NaNo for me, is the  need to get a set amount of work done each day to achieve my goal. A disadvantage id that, since I edit as I write, I have to put that aside for the month. Let’s hope I have the drive and the stamina to finish this year, too.

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One thought on “The Insecure Writer’s Support Group.

  1. Hello Susanne! Good luck with your Nano project this year. But it looks like since you’ve always completed Nano, you follow through with your plans and don’t need any luck with it.

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