Nanowrimo 2015

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Nanowrimo 2015

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Okay guys, it's a month until Nanowirmo. I know this died down. I know I'm the only one doing it. But I'm still going to keep you all updated anyway.

This year I need to write two novels, because I feel like I sucked last year soo much I just need to make up for it. So be prepared.
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I will once again give it some serious consideration, and probably end up opting out. But maybe inspiration will hit me?

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An attempt is awesome! Good luck.
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Is there a way to read novels submitted during Nanowrimo or only contestants can see them? I'll really like to check them out. I'm not a type of person who does well at writing.I'm not proud to admit but sometimes I have my homework done by people who can actually write but I'm eager to learn how to do it, but just no idea where to start. Still checking Nanowrimo novels can be of some help, at least I hope they will :cry: :cry:

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*frowns at post*
Is that an ad for a homework checker? Or an honest question?

You can only find a nanowrimo novel if someones posted it themselves. You can't see other contestants novels even when participating, unless they share it. So doing an internet search for them would be the way to go.

I would imagine doing any reading would help you writer better? I'm not sure why nano novels would be more useful than any other novel.

Also you shouldn't cheat on homework.
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Seriously, if robots can get past the captcha and have real email addresses, I have no idea what any meat's excuse is.
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Edminster wrote:Seriously, if robots can get past the captcha and have real email addresses, I have no idea what any meat's excuse is.
Lets be honest a lot of meat isn't as smart as robots.*

*like me, responding to a spam bots
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Kimra, haven't you heard reading dos influences writing? Reading widens a vocabulary and broadens mind. Just check this huffingtonpost article and you'll see reading benefits you.
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natzen wrote:Kimra, haven't you heard reading dos influences writing? Reading widens a vocabulary and broadens mind. Just check this huffingtonpost article[/url] and you'll see reading benefits you.
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