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I think I've figured out what I'm going to write for NaNoWriMo this year, which is good, because November is presently hurtling towards us at a terrifying speed.

I've vaguely considered what I want to nominate/request for yuletide.

I still have three kinks to write to finish my line in kink_bingo. Maybe they'll get written while I'm procrastinating on the big two.
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I wish you great success
with NaNo this year. I am opting out.
Just not feeling it this year.
Re: I wish you great success
Thank you!

You've been busy with painting lately, after all. And they do say that a picture is worth a thousand words ...
Re: 1 painting
Probably wise, although that would be an interesting challenge. For crazy people. Who may have been partaking of lead-based paints.

Regardless of the exchange rate, though, you have a shiny new artistic outlet to play with, so I can totally understand not feeling the NaNoWriMo thing this year. Have fun! :D
I'm actually considering doing Nano this year and maybe even getting into it. I'm starting with a question (a la CS Lewis, only less hypocritical). I'm excited!
Yay! I'm mayhap on NaNoWriMo if you want to stalk my progress (or lack thereof, as the case may be.

I've found that it's a good idea to start out with an idea that's relatively open-ended, so that you don't start out with a totally blank page, but don't end up writing yourself into a corner in 10,000 words because your novel is not corresponding to your beautiful vision, so it sounds like you're in good shape.

Oh, C.S. Lewis. How so awesome and yet so faily? I've been thinking about him lately, mostly because I read Lev Grossman's The Magicians and he does a pretty devestating deconstruction of Narnia via his own fictional Narnia-like fantasy series that his characters have all read.