Just to be clear, yes, NaNo Time IS like Hammer Time, and whenever you declare it, you have to start break-dancing. If you don’t have any idea what that is a reference to…then I’m sorry. :p
Anyway! It’s time to put on my hand warmer thingies, get my Project Nevermor mug and start to work! …but only for a couple of hours, because then I have to go to real work. Ugh! I hate real work. Nevertheless, I’m determined to gain some ground before then – and possibly sneak some writing time in at work! Shhhh
For now, I’ve skipped over some major holes and I’m going on with the storyline! It really seems like the proper thing to do. Story holes and missing fight scenes be damned! (maybe – until later at least) So now I have to set myself to work!
I did get a neat idea a few minutes ago that is different from the direction I was going in, but might require me to backtrack. See? You never know what new plot twists will come up as you go along, and I think it’s important to leave room for that sort of thing.
While I’m at it, do you think it’s fair that I should be able to count my blog posts as word count? hehe …yeah I guess not. This morning I’ve already been distracted by this blog, and by putting new music on my ipod to listen at work…for, you know, motivational story-building purposes.
Also, a big THANKS! to all who voted for Forsaken Dreamscape in the Watty Awards. I don’t know what will come of it, but we can hope for the best!
Just as a side note here at the bottom, I have a question: How important do you think it is that Nevermor should be, hm, creepy? I mean, there are definitely some unusual things about it, and that’s sort of what I do, but is that a very important draw for you? What did you like best about Forsaken Dreamscape? (other than the fact that it was Peter Pan) Be honest!