So I’ve been barely managing to keep up with my (very!) sporadic updates here, but as I see NaNoWriMo looming on the horizon–and the ML hat is dusted off and ready for us, I start to scramble to update everything to be on the same page. So hi–and welcome–to the 2015 mash-up of my annual NaNoWriMo adventures.
I haven’t decided on an idea as yet, though, in true Sara-fashion, I have about a dozen ideas, three potential bookcovers, five different unnamed MC’s and probably some different themes on top of that. I don’t know. We’ll see how it goes. I can always Tmake up my mind on Oct. 31st. As usual.
Anyhow, this year, I am thrilled to have two CO-ML’s to work with–along with a fantastic new theme that I absolutely adore. This year’s theme-drumroll please-MAGICAL LIBRARY!
You all know what a huge fan I am of libraries and magical books in general(NaNo 2010’s Novel, Blood Library!), so I’m sure you can picture my manic grin at this point. I’ve already updated the facebook covers with the new banner and that just made my fingers trigger happy for pounding out a blog post.
This theme is just a giant thumbs up for my Nano hyper to slip out a little earlier than usual. I try to keep things together until October (namely, I try not to get up in anyone’s face with my happy chattering and wild gestures), but this year, there’s a lot of things going on and I will say that I’ve learned my lesson.
The year has gone by incredibly fast and I say this in September, being fully aware that there’s practically a quarter of the year to go. It feels like I still have a lot to do and very little time left. Whoops. This website and blog is one chunk of that, I’m very excited to have a special online hub just for me–I hope you enjoy poking through the new things.
That said, there’s still a dozen things that need to be worked on, nitpicked and whatever not, in the upcoming months/weeks. I’ve been trying to work out a blogging schedule, a writing schedule and such, but that takes time and time is one thing that I am still learning how to juggle.
Naturally, there will never be enough time to do all the things that anyone wants to do–but that doesn’t mean that you give up, right? It just means to take smaller bites and count all of your progress. Count it. ALL of it. Then cheer yourself up as you hit each milestone, because guess what? You did it!
Here’s to a happy fall season!