It feels odd.
There is now WOW expansion pack coming out this year. I know I mentioned it before but they were coming out every single November it felt like they were doing it on purpose.
So with two days ago I’m at:
with the WIP from last year. Downloaded Office 2011 for Mac and so far it’s been working out fine for me. I may try my hand at Scrivener just to keep characters and locations straight.
Tomorrow is Rhode Island’s NaNoWrimo Kick Off Party at the Blake’s Tavern in Providence. Decided to take Halloween off to get in some extra writing time in. Top it off with some Walking Dead and it should be a good end to the month.
Times and locations for the Rhode Island Write Ins are can be found on our Facebook Page.
As for plot for this year’s sequel: I have a vague outline written down and plot points I want to hit which is much better than last year.
In other non-related NaNoWrimo News:
Just a friendly reminder for those who did not run attend Nerd Prom this year, tickets for SDCC go on sale on Monday. Preview Night is completely sold out until SDCC put some tickets up like they always do. Part of me is glad I reserved my same place from last year so no hotel scramble for me next year. Price is $105 this year. So long as you can take the lines, the nerds, the plane fare and the hotels, it’s well worth it.
New England Web Comic Weekend arrives on November 6th-7th. Probably the smallest con I’ve been to since a NH Con we went to back in the days of Totems but it’s a fun con since it’s mostly web comic guys. It’s great to see a the webcomics that started out as a fad and are now just as big as the bigs getting their own con and in area nearby that involves no hotel or airfare! Eastworks Building is a fun building to walk around. They’ve posted a list of restaurants.
Congrats to my bro proposing to his girl friend Kellie on top of a rock wall at Rock Spot Climbing in Lincoln last week.
Lastly, Sherlock has arrived on Masterpiece Mysteries on PBS.
NaNoWrimo is upon us! And, so are tickets for SDCC…
It feels odd.