Three times in the past two days someone has asked me about NaNoWriMo 2012. The last time was at 10:30pm last night. (You know who you are.) I’m looking askance at you all right now. All right I’m over it — the moment has passed.
I did NaNoWriMo 2011, loved/hated it, and bonded with some awesome people. Why am I thinking about it now?
Because people are poking me! You know how it goes.
I have The Daemon Whisperer all wrapped up, tidy as a bow. I mean, there are blog posts/tours to do, marketing to hit, ARC’s to pass around, and what not, but it’s put to bed, ready for the 10/1 release.
I’m working on edits on The Dream Sifter, the first in my Sci-Fi series, and hope to have those wrapped and ready for an editor by November.
Which would leave November a grand month to kick butt on The Madness Path, the second book in my Liminals series (while Dream Sifter is off getting edits done). See how I multi-task?
And, of course, I’d get to bond with even more insane, erm, awesome writers. That’s the best part of NaNoWriMo. This is the debate. See, I’m not committed yet, just tossing it around in my brain.
I’m frowning as I remember how my husband laughed when I told him I’d never do that grueling, psychotic, thing called NaNo ever again…