So how did that go?

I haven’t fully realized my self-promise to write all 12 episodes of the second season of Mrs. Carrington. But I’ve drafted 11! So that makes me quite happy. Plus, I’ve written two short plays and, if everything goes well, one will soon premiere in a Madrid venue. But I don’t want to jump ahead (further details soon) or steal the limelight from all you nanowriters who’ve poured fifty-odd thousand words on their keyboards, with all the strokes (hopefully keystrokes rather than heartstrokes) that that that means. I must congratulate my dear GüntheradharaImgrot and Rain Michael for their succesful efforts, though there is no better reward than the creature itself that they cradle in their trembling hands. They still have to raise her, yes, but the birth is done!

So where else are congratulations due? How did it go for you?

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Toñi Martin

… a ti no se te congelan las ideas ni a 90 bajo cero…


61.000 palabras en veintidós capítulos. ¡Al fin terminé una novela! ¡Esto es mejor que los reyes! Si, hay que criarla, pero de momento la dejo en la incubadora.

Gracias Alex, por habernos descubierto el NanoWriMo.

Carlos Rioja

A mí me ha ido bien porque he terminado con 56000 palabras, pero aún me queda mucha novela, así que voy a seguir con este ritmo en diciembre. Y si hace falta en enero… en febrero… :)

En cuanto a ti, escribir 11 capítulos de los 12 me parece una pasada. ¡Enhorabuena!