A jolly day today with it being Double Up Donation Day. The goal is to double your word count, donate what you can (and generous sponsors offer to match!)
Happiness (and Buddy above would agree) – it was a great day for writing!
Found some ‘structural supports’ to this story and a dead body or two – courtesy of a word sprint challenge, prompt or random observation.
Jinelle Gordon has stepped up to take Yvonne’s spot as companion and co-conspirator, matching wits with Murray and offering Cole a run for his money as far as movie trivia is concerned.
How did your Saturday writing go?
‘They’re angels,’ she said. ‘They’ll love you and be perfectly harmless,’ she said. ‘They’d be proper practice for you as a possible, perfectly patient parent…’ Cole Porter Lipton cursed the foul charges as he juggled the phone in one hand and the can of tuna fish in the other as both villainous felines dug their claws into his shins.
“Nioma,” he said through his gritted smile, “Remember the deal of you bringing me back some proper Paris or London tea? Make it German beer and we’ll call it even.”
For this year’s NaNo, I’m rebelling! Yes, like many in my region, it isn’t necessarily starting something brand new, but maybe refining, remolding, polishing something old.
Cole Porter Lipton Returns
Cole Porter Lipton, Murray and Nioma return with some familiar faces, future friends, curious finds and some puzzling riddles to sort out.
Does this mean I have any idea where this year’s mystery is going to end up? Of course not. What has happened so far (in a mere 777 words written on day one)? Murray has joined a writing group, Cole has a new neighbor and Nioma is stamp collecting – stamps in her passport that is!
Elemental Visions looks to become a puzzle for geeks, with probably a dead body or two. So, brew up some tea, pull up a chair and join the occasional updates along the way.
Or better yet – JOIN THE FUN and sign up for NaNoWriMo. Almost everybody says ‘Someday I’ll write a novel.’ Well, your ‘someday’ is now!