I really enjoyed the first journal I made on this subject last Friday. Everyone had a lot to say and many interesting details to learn from.
(If you want to check it out, it's here: How Do YOU Survive NaNoWriMo?
But now it's the 14th, we're slowly heading into the third week of the challenge... so I have other, different things to ask you.
after all, the start is for many the hardest part, and for other the easiest: but after the start, comes the "middle part", the stretch during the month until the very end.
And to me, a person to which writing is relax, who loves sitting down and just writing at her leisure, having her own pace, and going back and thinking about things... NaNo feels even crazier! it's none of the things I love
I'm sure you all have some tricks up your sleeve, though.
So I'm asking you all today...
What is the worst thing that happened to you while doing NaNo? writer's block? a broken wrist? your boss at work forcing you to do 20 hours of overtime a week?! When you start trailing behind, what helps you get back on your feet? That one awesome, exciting, omfgamazing scene or event that's coming up in your story and you can't wait to write about... do you write it rightaway, or when you reach it in the novel?
Let me know in the comments!