16 October 2016

Novel Writes // NaNoWriMo & Rebelling

("Novel" as in interesting + Writes = name of the brand new writing post series!)

("Novel" as in interesting + Writes = name of the brand new writing post series!)

Yesterday, my mind internally panicked at three things bursting into my mind. One: the weakness of “we’re all in this together after a terrible test” mentality cheer in AP Calculus when we got our tests back. Two: my PSATs, driver's test, choir retreat and library volunteer shift all decide to coincide on today, and three: NaNoWriMo is in fifteen days.

Fifteen days! No amount of coffee can sedate my screaming.

It pains me to say this, but once again, another year passes along where the traditional NaNoWriMo cannot be celebrated because of the escalating constraints crushing my poor five-foot bone structure into a tiny ball. Another reason pops up from the surface: my fifth manuscript of Hidden in the Shadows needs to be edited on time for beta readers in January and for the next installment of the series to be plotted by next autumn. Six weeks have passed, officially allowing me to edit, and by no means is the novel ready, with insert spoilers and insert spoilers here.

Instead, I’ve decided to go along with the Camp NaNoWriMo route and rebel against traditional NaNoWriMo as I edit all the pages and rewrite parts of my novel throughout the entire month of November. GASP. I’m not sure if editing at a fast pace will be beneficial, but there are solely editing reasons why NaNoWriMo editing needs to happen.
(As it's like battling a dragon while riding a procrastinating unicorn wanting to stop by an elf diner.)


// It’s usually a hit or miss. When I was younger, around eight or nine years old, I used to think that writing a novel meant writing in your best handwriting all while including verbose, exceptionally lengthy sentences with three adjectives partnered with each character and everything he or she saw, until overseeing the view becomes an imagery encyclopedia for the world I created. It makes me laugh (and incredibly cringe at the excessiveness of the action) every time that popped into the surface. Slowly, this transformed into simply procrastinating during the editing process. Plot holes still ridged the surface, a character’s eye color changes half way across the book… small things like that. Sometimes, I feel the need to edit, but most of the time? Nah.

// The beautiful imperfect manuscript gets torn to shreds. *flails* A huge predominant fear I had when I was younger was editing my own manuscripts because lots of the stuff that was written was so cringe-worthy to the point that ninety-percent of the time, I had to rewrite so many drafts, but with each time, it became better (with less plot holes)! The fear still lurked on the surface, and it still does. After three years of high school which involved editing pieces for a publishing company and pointing out suggestions for essays to my friends, it’s something I’ve slowly eased into. Besides, the pain of the process can be taken away by color coding all the edits.

// I know it’s going to make my novel turn out better. That’s the main goal of editing and rewriting, right? Even a quote by Philip Stanhopein one of my classes affirms this: "Whatever is worth doing at all is worth doing well." Most of everything we do in the world strives towards achieve bettering whatever we are doing. Artists understand that our creations should be the best they can be, because there is a piece of ourselves within our work that we feel a small protectiveness over, somewhat like a young child. You love it, but you don’t want it to get hurt. The novel idea’s grown with me for over six years. The final product must come out soon.
(Because face it, IT'S A BATTLE REQUIRING THE WIELDING OF SWORDS AND WANDS.)

// The actual manuscript—there’s a reason why the words “Do Not Steal” are initially on the page. One—I’m super paranoid about protecting my craft. The second reason is more of me indirectly saying, “Please do not read my novel until further notice.” A lot of my friends and family members aren’t novel writers, so unpublished novel + person they carry relations to = exclamation points and begging to read the novel after pestering many times, “What’s your novel about?”

// The pens + the notebook highlighting all the major changes and document updates needed before I externally panic from not understanding the neon green pen scribble. Enough said.

// The outline and small notes. I’m a plotter—the novel process goes smoother whenever I plot most of the main points that happen and then just go from there. When I wrote Hidden in the Shadows, the story has been marinated long enough to understand clearly what the whole plot was going to be. Also, so many inconsistencies come up: for instance, insert name here reacts to insert spoiler here differently than they should be.

// Halloween Candy, because why not? It's probably going to come at me anyway since I'm volunteering at carnivals across town. I’m dressing up as Chihiro from Spirited Away, with Soot-Spirits decorating my shoes and Boh in his mouse form on my shoulder. For a group costume at school, I'm either going to be dressed up as a genderbent teachers or a part of the Inside Out crew.

(Books are dangerous lands to tread through if you don't want to ride a FEELS train.)

It’s been a light reading month, but the good news is that four of these were on my to-be-read pile on Goodreads. Harry Potter and the Cursed Child has been on my reading list and was a gift on my birthday, rendering five minutes of full-on fangirling, while my copy of To the Bright Edge of the World was signed by the author herself, Eowyn Ivey! If you don't know who she is, she's better known for her novel, The Snow Child (which I highly recommend to read ASAP because it's GORGEOUS). She was super sweet when I met her at a book signing, discussing how she wrote her novels while simultaneously giving writing tips. Rick Riordan was here as well, but because of the crazy number of people who went and of that day’s amount of signed homework, I couldn’t go and was distraught by the fact. Another YA author is coming up here soon….


To those who are embarking on NaNoWriMo for the first time: welcome to this insane plot-filled thirty days where most of the time, we writers are in way over our heads for because the procrastination done is because of either laziness, social media, or a good book that just got released, such as Marissa Meyer's Heartless. It can be painful and sometimes the words that are spurred out feel like gobbly goop at times, but you can get through this, and if you need anyone to rant, do a Night of Write, or just engage in a Word War / Sprint with, just let me know because I'm willing to do any of those with you. We can do this, friends!

Are you doing NaNoWriMo? 
If you are, what's your novel going to be about? 
If not, will you be snacking on pumpkin pie-- what else will you be doing?


P.S. Posting the q&a at the end of the month because I'm experiencing technical difficulties!

36 comments:

  1. REBELLION. I like it. And I saw beta readers.. EXCITEMENT. anyway.. EDITING wow what a crazy and scary endeavor, I wish you the best of luck. YAY YOU'RE READING CURSED CHILD gahh, do tell me how you like it!

    I will be attempting NaNo this year, my novel idea, in short, is about a very determined ghost who crosses a shy girl who drops her books in the hallways a lot, and they go through high school and ghostly adventures together. What are those adventures? Not exactly sure yet, which is why I should start planning...

    ~Noor

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    1. REBELLION, YAAASSS. It's like vigilante fighters lurking in the shadows of society. It's going to be good. Speaking of good, I finished Harry Potter and the Cursed Child! I liked it-- I'm not entirely sure if I can say I loved it.

      *Beginning of Spoilers*
      The time travel aspect really messed me up because it was already established in The Prisoner of Azkaban that everything that their futureselves do cohesively ties in with the past, and just, erm....? It's really hard to try to wiggle an excuse through when that part of world building had already been clearly established. It has, like Scorpius says, gone "murky."

      Some of the characters felt out of character (OOC) but I didn't mind the character relationships that were represented. Also, I have shipped Ron and Hermione so for the book to observe two different worlds where they aren't married was mind-boggling, for sure.

      Delphi... It's like really scary fan fiction that *insert top spoilers* would have a child together. It's too much.

      *end spoilers*

      Planning versus plotting. Isn't that the question of the day? (Or should I say, every day?) I'm much more of a plotter in terms of laying out key points of fixed events and then pantsing everything in between, but who knows? It may be more efficient for you to go either way--although by the looks of it, plotting is what you're going for. YOU CAN DO THIS NOOR! You have about ten to twelve days! *shudders coldly*

      xoxo Morning

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  2. I'm actually rebelling as well..haha!! And finishing my novel from July camp. I'll probably add another 30k to my 40k right now. xDDD So HEY join the rebellion club ;)

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    1. Haha! *raises rebellion sword into the air* *nearly drops sword because it is so heavy*

      Good luck with the NaNo process in November! Adding 40k more... Wait, how much is your WIP when you ended in July?

      Also, we need to make up a name for our rebellion society. I know we're on different teams for breakfast food, but we should call ourselves, "The Defenders Against Inner Editors (while also feasting on The Breakfast Foods)!"

      ... This is why novel titles don't come easily to me. xD

      xoxo Morning

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  3. Aaahhh, PSATS! I have those this week and I'm not looking forward to it. Unlike sophomore year, it actually means something this year. Yikes.

    I really want to finish my NaNo novel this year, but I have NO plot points yet. No idea what I'll be writing about. Which is kinda bad cuz I'm starting a NaNo support group at my school, so I'd better get on that.

    Good luck with the editing process. I'm a horrible editor. I just don't have the stamina. But I can tell that you're determined and you'll get through it.

    Ella ~ Simply Scribbles

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    1. Ah, how did PSATs go for you? It was... interesting, to say the least. It was my first time doing it-- at least you have some idea as to how to do the test, which means that your test score should go up-- although it is a practice, there's the National Merit Scholarship to worry about, so for sure yikes.

      YOU'VE GOT THIS. You have about five more days to create plot points if you haven't done so already. Even if there's just a nagging notion as to how you want the story to go and you're unsure about it, take it and explore! There's actually an idea that recently revisited mentally, actually (thank you for reminding me). But good luck with the NaNo novel group! Those are extremely fun to pull off, and I have complete faith in you that you'll be fine.

      YES. The stamina is the main thing that hinders. I just read the NaNoWriMo FAQ about editing and how that translates to words. The ratio is 1,000 words per hour actively editing? Um.... >.<

      xoxo Morning

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  4. *fistbump* yayyy all of us Nano rebellious people can ride the same boat xD

    good luck on editing! :D

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    1. *fist bumps back* Ba la la la la la la! Get the reference? xD Our boat shall float and we will have tea even though there's much windy sea ahead of us. Shall we offer a platter assortment of cookies to invite them to the rebellion side?

      Thank you! :D

      xoxo Morning

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  5. Good luck with your NaNo path! All of your supplies are extremely good choices.
    I'm actually the outlier who loves editing? The first draft is the hardest part, in my opinion - you have to create everything from scratch! But with editing, all you have to do is shape and fix what's already there. Even with second and third drafts, you have a base to start from. And I love the satisfaction of my project getting better and better.

    Ellie | On the Other Side of Reality

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    1. The supplies are just... I can't even think about them without squealing! Stationary is a weakness of mine. xD

      I feel like for different novels, the process and views of each one is different-- like for Hidden in the Shadows, the story just rushed to me and I had no problem writing it (by no problem I mean actually writing the story even though the actually first draft had 95% of it scrapped) and editing is the hardest. Meanwhile, my dystopia novel that's slowly coming together is hard to begin drafting but I do know what parts to edit and watch out for, partially because I've written short stories just to mess around with the mains. It's most likely different for each writer, though.

      The satisfication makes it all worth it! We're writers-- we have to persevere through the processes. *pulls out heavy sword again*

      xoxo Morning

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  6. OMCG (Oh My Clark Gable) (from one of my fave books, I'll Give You the Sun) the PSATs. I take mine Tuesday (?) again and they're stressing me out. College itself is a looming thing I don't want to begin with, ugh.

    ahhhh NaNo. I'm so excited because this year I'm actually aiming for 50k. I've never finished a real novel, but (with the help of my sister) I've been pre-writing and idea that started on an event in my life and spiraled into another direction all together. So good luck to you and your editing :))

    x Emily

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    1. OH MY CLARK GABLE, I actually love I'll Give You the Sun as well! Squee! The characters and plot are all very loveable!

      *begin spoilers*

      Guillermo-- gosh, I felt so bad and when that revelation came out that Noah lied and saw him and his mom kissing and said that he was coming back to say yes. I broke down at that moment, and reading about the amount of passion and emotion he placed into his art in dedication to the twins' mom-- agh, that was beautiful. It's a book I really need to reread again.

      *end spoilers*

      How did the PSATs go for you? Emily, you have it better, have taken it on a Tuesday. It's better than waking up at five on a Saturday to get to the test site on time. And I agree, college is a looming thing. On Sunday I went to a college presentation, and while the future is a bit exciting, my mentality is like, "Yes, but in order to get there, you need to accomplish 1234567890 things right now."

      Yay! I'm so happy for you! I'll be here to cheer you on-- let me know how it goes! Also, I don't think I've seen your blog before; I should probably go check that out right now. Thank you so much for stopping by!

      xoxo Morning

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  7. haha, I might do NaNo yet, I'm not sure :) I might just set a smaller goal for myself because I really do want to do it (anything to help me JUST WRITE) but I am also going to be pretty busy in November so we'll see how that goes :) Haha, but I will definitely be eating pumpkin pie xD I literally just made a pie on Friday and it was all gone by Saturday afternoon. AAAAAH.

    Go conquer your book!

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    1. AUTUMN YOU'RE DOING NANO I'm so so proud of you. *internet huggles* Don't be hesitant to put a smaller goal for yourself if that's what you feel comfortable with-- there's no shame with that! And hey, most people are in the same boat as you are, busy wise. That's the point with NaNoWriMo-- trying to write as much as you can during one of the busiest times of the month!

      Autumn, you have to bake me some pumpkin pie sometime. :P You go conquer plotting, as well!

      xoxo Morning

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  8. I've pantzed through most of my past Nanowrimos, but this year I've been trying really hard to stay focused and actually plot the damn thing. I'm really curious about your novel and desperate to read it.

    My dad edited his novel last Camp Nanowrimo, and he went by hours spent editing instead of actual words. Are you going by words edited? Good luck to you throughout next month :)

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    1. I FEEL YOU. Plotting is so dang hard, because it feels like, "What in the name of shish kebabs am I writing?" Do you have a NaNoWriMo account on the adult site? I'm practically MorningTime4 on there-- I'll try to see if I can add you as a buddy and maybe we can Word War sometime.

      I looked on the NaNo site and it said that for every active hour editing, that's one thousand words. For a high school student balancing keeping grades up in AP classes with volunteer work and extra curriculars, it's not the best thing to be dedicating fifty hours just to edit. I'm thinking I may negotiate a balance system. I'll still do the fifty hours thing, but I'll also blend it with words written, since most of the battle scenes are cringeworthy and my inner editor is screaming to edit them. It's one of the main concerns of the novel.

      Crossing my fingers, but if I somehow manage to edit everything by the end of the year and get it somewhat okay by mid-January, I'm asking you to beta read. No arguments there!

      xoxo Morning

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  9. oh that's awesome that you're using NaNo for edits/rewrites! I think those are where the real goodness of a story happens for sure *nods* I'm planning to start editing something in December...if I'm not too tired out by NaNo. haha. SO YES I AM dOING IT TOO! There is an 84% chance I'm writing a contemporary that will be slightly fluffy (instead of my general dragons and stabbings) and it's EXCITING. But I'm also plotting a pirate novel so WHO KNOWS. I might change at the last minute. Oh oh but I would like some pumpkin pie, yes please! ;D

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    1. YOU'RE LIKE A LEGENDARY WRITER. I've read blog posts written by you and other bloggers where you somehow managed to write 50k before a week's end. I give you all the props, because that's daunting and scary but you've accomplished it in a short amount of days.

      Editing, YES! I'm so excited for the good stuff that will come out-- character relationships and interactions are one of my most favorite things to read about, and they're also my favorites to write. (Read: relationships = not necessarily romantic!)

      Fluffiness is SO GOOD, but so is general dragons and stabbings! Gah! Can I just say that you need to publish ASAP (don't want to put too much pressure on you because I totally understand the stress that can arise)? But wait, pirate novel? As the Pink Ladies in Grease sing, "Tell me more, tell me more!"

      *serves pumpkin pie* ;D

      xoxo Morning

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  10. best of luck with your editing!
    the impossible knife of memory is a lovely book <3 and hp and the cursed child was good too!
    genderbending is great! and all those carnivals sound like so much fun. i'll probably just be at my house passing out candy like the loner i am, oops.

    evelyn clickman @ if these stars shall fall

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    1. Thanks, Evelyn! I just finished reading The Impossible Knife of Memory-- the book was okay. I need to reread it again sometime in the future, because... I don't know, there was something that fell kind of flat for me. Maybe I missed it the first time. But I agree, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, though with its flaws, is ultimately wonderful.

      Genderbending is great, yes yes yes. I honestly don't know what I'll be doing at the carnival besides assisting eight-year-olds-- we won't be assigned our tasks for the evening until the event actually happens-- in four days! Haha, don't feel like a loner-- that's actually what I do, too (but I do go out for candy for roughly an hour, though).

      xoxo Morning

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  11. I'm doing NaNo! And I'm super excited - despite the fact that I'm pantsing and only have a vague idea of what my story is about XD. What's your NaNo username? I need to add you as a buddy - unless I have already XD.

    ~ Savannah
    scattered-scribblings.blogspot.com

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    1. I love the blogging community in November, because we're all either like, "Let's do NaNo!" or "Let's watch people do NaNo and watch cat videos!" xD Having a vague idea what your story is is okay! More often than not, plot points can pop up within the height of the writing adrenaline rush, so who knows-- it's probably going to be good!

      I agree, we need to be writing buddies! On the adult NaNo site, I go by the same username as I do online, MorningTime4. What's your username on there? I'll try to see if I can find you, but if not, I'll go and ask on your blog tomorrow. ^.^

      xoxo Morning

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    2. Isn't it great? November is one of the best months of the year XD. And I added you as a buddy! (Savannah Grace is my username *nods*)

      ~ Savannah
      scattered-scribblings.blogspot.com

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    3. *whispers* also, I tagged you :D.

      http://scattered-scribblings.blogspot.com/2016/10/the-q-tag.html

      ~ Savannah
      scattered-scribblings.blogspot.com

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  12. I'm a NaNo rebel, too! Currently my goal is to hit 25k, but I'd love to reach an even higher word count. We'll see how that goes! I'm just continuing with my current novel, so I'd love to finish it.
    Good luck with your editing!!! That's such an exciting yet terrifying process. XD And oooooh beta readers! If you need one...hit me up ;)
    We should Word War sometime!!!

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    1. YAAASSSS GRACE I'M SO HAPPY like you and Autumn and Oakstar are making me happy because you both are doing NaNo. MAH FAVES! Doing a novella is okay, but seriously, it would be amazing to see your novel hit the novel length and for it to be finished!

      Hehe, actually, I'm going to be asking for beta readers, not for my novel yet, but for something else. It just really depends on who's busy and who's not, along with other things... It involves unpublished poetry and short stories that haven't been shown to the public eye yet. ;)

      I feel like our Word Wars are probably going to have us set a timer with a showtune being our "alarm" but we get so distracted singing along with it that we kind of forget that we were even Word War-ing in the first place!!! xD

      xoxo Morning

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  13. YES FOR NANO! And bahh, NaNo rules are made to be broken. XD The first NaNo I did was a rewrite, so *technically* wasn't a first draft... but NaNo still helped me write the words and conquer the evil draft, so I say that it did its part. :P

    I'M SO EXCITED ABOUT THE Q AND A.

    (also oooh how was The Impossible Knife of Memory? I've been eyeing that book for a little while and don't know if it's worth a read or not.)

    // katie grace
    a writer's faith

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    1. NANO, HA HA! *throws sword up into the air again* Wow, this sword wielding thing is tiring-- my muscles are starting to get tired. And yes, technically, NaNo doesn't have to be about starting a brand new project-- I feel like NaNo is more effective for rewrites, because you now somehow have a sense of what you're writing better than the first time and depending on how much you've fleshed out, plot wise (I read your most recent post-- eighteen pages of outline, GAH) you're going to do better.

      The q&a should be up on Sunday, hopefully! There's still some questions that need answering. Filming was delayed by a week because I lost my memory card with all of the clips in the process, but luckily it was found soon after. Don't worry-- I've filmed the Civil War mug and it's beautiful, with the background all dimmed and sunlight just hitting the mug just right. Most of the characters (except for Spiderman, who sadly wasn't on there) are engraved and it's just-- you're going to love it, that's for sure!

      xoxo Morning

      P.S. The Impossible Knife of Memory is okay, for me... I didn't click with the character because she was hard to relate to, having a negative attitude about everything (i.e. freaks or zombies, how many times have we seen the tough girl attitude before?) although I didn't mind her characterization about how she assessed dangerous situations. I'd recommend to possibly pass it, but again, the decision ultimately comes down to you.

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  14. YASSSS Harry Potter And The Cursed Child!!!!!!!!!!! I LOVED THAT BOOK OMG. And I did NaNoWriMo a couple years ago, and I kind of did it last year...(not really though cause I had no time due to school). I think I want to try this year though, since I haven't had much time for writing so I'd be able to force myself to sit down and write, which would be nice. We'll see though haha. If I don't do it...well I'll be doing homework I guess lol.

    Also, how did you find Me Before You? I have been undecided about whether or not to read it, so I'd love to get your opinion haha.

    ~Iris
    http://getupandoutblog.blogspot.ca/

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    1. YES, ANOTHER HARRY POTTER FAN! I always have to ask everyone this: what's your Hogwarts House? Apparently I'm Hufflepuff... I don't know. Before they restarted Pottermore I was sorted into Gryffindor, but I do see where they'd come from with Hufflepuff-- I'm too nice to everyone I talk with for my own good.

      Balancing NaNo with school is just SO HARD. There's the demands of school, and then there's the demands of NaNo. It's just hard to prioritize and balance when you know one is more important when looked at by different people.

      Me Before You... Hmm, I will have to say that was one of those novels that was initially hard to get into, but once I did, I couldn't put it down. Personally, I loved it-- Lou was a loveable protagonist who happens to have a love for eccentric fashion (i.e. bumblebee stockings, which do come into play later) and the story was paced properly, but I can see that it isn't for everyone. I recommend it, but like I told Katie Grace above, it's up to you whether to read it or not.

      xoxo Morning

      P.S. Checking your blog out tomorrow, because I don't think I've seen your blog before!

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    2. YASSSS. MINE IS ALSO HUFFLEPUFF!! According to all the online tests lol. And same haha.

      And IKR. Like I love writing, and I want to write more often, especially with NaNoWriMo...but with all the tests and homework and assignments it just isn't possible!!

      And okay sweet. I think I may check it out.

      And lol okay thanks!! I saw this reply late which means you might have looked already lol. If not (or if you have)...let me know what you think I guess haha.

      ~Iris xx
      http://getupandoutblog.blogspot.ca/

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  15. Good luck on your editing!
    I've never done nano, and I doubt I'll be doing it soon, but the concept of it has always sounded so interesting!
    What did you think of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child?

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    1. Thank you, Jollygirl! I'm curious: what's stopping you from doing NaNo? If it's time, then it's no sweat to lower the word count, but if the idea of the process just seems unattractive (spitting out 50K is a freakishly hard process) then it's better to step back. It'd be nice if you came around and did it, though!

      I talked to Noor about my main problems concerning the book, but I didn't talk much about the characters, so:

      *begin spoilers here*

      Albus and Scorpius are the imperfect main characters, and I particularly love this. They're overshadowed by their fathers' legacies, which, as said later in the show, their parents inadvertently did because they were trying to preserve their identities. To find companionship with the child of each father's rival was great, and honestly, it was something that did pop into my mind during one of the first of many rereads of the Deathly Hallows.

      Plot wise, I felt like Amos Diggory was super confusing-- while he did serve as a plot device to push Albus into bringing Cedric back, that was just it-- he was a plot device, and so the weight that should have been felt about bring Cedric back was lost... I don't know how to explain that well, but does that make sense?

      I liked the novel, but I do feel like it's more appropriate to go and see the play in order to truly appreciate the story the Cursed Child has to offer.

      *end spoilers*

      xoxo Morning

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  16. Good Luck for NaNoWriMo! I have never done it before but I do plan on trying it this year. My only problem is that I have no ideas for my novel! I am sure you will do great! Good luck once again!

    ~ Bubbles

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    1. Bubbles, I wish you good luck on NaNoWriMo, as well! Are you going for the full 50,000 words, or are you writing 30,000? There's no shame if you decide to cut your word count-- in fact, I only wrote up to 30,000 words my first year. If you're still having troubles bouncing off ideas for your novel, don't hesitate to talk to me! I actually love bouncing novel ideas off of one another (it's usually what I tend to do in school, anyways). ^.^

      xoxo Morning

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  17. Good luck on the editing! I guess I'm kind of rebelling as well. I'm not doing a new novel idea this year, but rewriting. So scared that it's almost here. Here's to a good month!
    Sophie//The Techno Maid

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