Well, Monique says she's doing the NaNoWriMo thing, and so does Jessica, and there's bits up at randomWalks, with credit to the lovely and talented Dru, who I've decided to link to in every entry from now on just to annoy her, and. . .
Odd. The boxes actually seem to be magically emptying themselves.
Should I stop being such an asshole and mention Oliver in a non-snide fashion?
God, the dialogue is bad. I learned a long time ago that comic book writing was best read in your mind, not out loud. The writers haven't learned that. I swear the writers went to "Snappy Dialogue Camp", and they should ask for their money back. I guess everyone wants to be the next Buffy (a show I've never watched) and figures that there's a secret mysterious formula to get internet obsessives hooked. God help me if this is it, because we're in for some bad television.
Never watched Buffy?
No, guess not.
Want to etc., etc.? Check out the What is NaNoWriMo? page:
National Novel Writing Month is a fun, seat-of-your-pants approach to novel writing. Participants begin writing November 1. The goal is to write a 175-page (50,000-word) novel by midnight, November 30.
Valuing enthusiasm and perseverance over talent and craft, NaNoWriMo is a novel-writing program for everyone who has thought fleetingly about writing a novel but has been scared away by the time and effort involved.
If you're looking to learn by bad example, they also have FanFiction.