November may be well known for turkey and stuffing and being stuffed and shopping for Christmas, but for many writers, November means hunkering down and writing a first draft of the novel that has been knocking around their head for six months.
I love this process–it’s the one I use whenever I do a first-draft whether it’s November or not. It works for me because I’m not a first-draft-perfectionist. I need to get the story down, messy as it may be in order to work with it. So, I’ve been researching my WIP and sending out queries for my last book and I’ve neglected starting this one. But now, it’s just me and the computer and 1650 words a day or so and I love it. I love this part.
Anyone else have NaNoWriMo underway?