A moment of madness induced me to sign up for NaNoWriMo, spurred on by a number of very excited writers who were telling me that it was the most fun you could have with your clothes on. It began so well, and I had four thousand words down in no time. There I was, telling me how, if I'd put my mind to it before, I could have been turning out a novel a month for the past twenty years. All those ideas I'd had floating around in my head, that I thought I'd have to live to be four hundred years old to get down on paper, could be turned into paperbacks in a matter of a few years! And then I went out for the afternoon, did some shopping, thought about dinner, came home, sat in front of my MacBook, and waited for inspiration to take hold of me again. I have been sitting here since last Sunday and it hasn't happened yet.
Causes Gina Collia-Suzuki Supports
The World Wildlife Fund
Cancer Research UK