NaNoWriMo: Herein lies madness

They tell me people don’t like to read. I don’t know about them but I like to write — actually, change that to love — I love to write so much that I signed up for NaNoWriMo. This love for writing may be short-lived or even impulsive. Or it might be the start of a new world of awesomeness for me. Who cares?

After all, it’s November and that’s the only thing I care right now. Because it’s time for some insane non-stop writing and a lot of bang-your-head-against-the-wall — I mean NaNoWriMo.

Yes, I declare myself a participant of NaNoWriMo 2013. I accept the challenge. As part of the challenge,  I will be working on my virgin novel “Life Beyond Control“.

To give a glimpse (or maybe a lengthy teaser) of it, Sid is madly in love with his family and finds himself entangled in a serious delusional series of nightmares. He is, however, determined to go the distance — life beyond control — and do anything to retain his family. Did he succeed? Or did he go too far? Therein lies madness.

Wanting to know what Sid did or what happened to him, I asked him and he replied keeping his cool,  “What happened? I don’t know. You tell me..”

Eh fine. If you don’t want to reveal the plot, maybe the narrator will. Oh wait. The narrator doesn’t want to spoil the story either, at least not before the end of November.

Wow. They really know how to build up the tension. If you are like me and want to keep track of Sid’s adventure (or is it misadventure?), here’s a handy widget, displaying Sid’s progress:

Track Sid's adventure

See y’all at the end of November!


Author: jokerdino

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