National Novel Writing Month — a challenge to write a 50,000 word novel in 30 days. I must have had one huge cup of coffee before I visited that website. Whatever it was, I was driven to sign up for the challenge.

It looks like it will be fun along with being challenging. I’ll just have to make it clear: No emergencies this month. If mom acts strange, it’s because she wired up on caffeine trying to hit her 2,000-words-a-day goal. And remember, there’s no need to call an ambulance. I’m not attached to the computer chair. It only appears that way.

Really, though, I’m up to the challenge. My idea is brewing in my head. Confidence is rising. And of course my will to achieve this goal will drive me to the finish line.

Check out this link to follow my progress:


  1. Donna McDine says:

    Hi Jen…thanks for visiting my\’s great to make the connection. Your website is wonderful…very eye catching for this time of the year. Good luck with NaNoWriMo…let me know how you make out. Your current project is a fantastic topic. Very happy to hear that your daughter is a recipient of the organ donor program and she is doing well. Would you like to trade links for each other\’s blogs?Warm regards,Donna


  2. Good luck with your NaNo project – less than a week to go now. Cate 🙂


  3. Linda Martin says:

    Congratulations on making the decision to write a novel during November. It will probably be easier than you think!


  4. Donna Alice says:

    I hit the halfway point on my NANO project today. Sure hope I can get the other 25K words done. Thanksgiving is going to take a big chunk out of next week–nail biting, nail biting.


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