NaNoFiMo & Diabetes
Hey chicks 'n' chickens! It's November!
It's National Novel Writing Month, National Diabetes Awareness Month, and National American Indian Heritage Month. All three.
For National American Indian Heritage Month I have a book list fer ya, which will follow in the next post.
For National Diabetes Awareness Month, I pledge to find out three new and important thing about diabetes (Type One) and post about them.
And (drumroll please) I will be half-assedly participating in NaNoWriMo, but, as usual, in my own imitable way. Namely, I will be using this month to knock off my To-do list for draft two (or draft three?) of da nobble. Call it National Novel Finishing Month or NaNoFiMo. To wit:
- I have 15 "short fixes," things that should only take a few minutes to an hour or so.
- I have 17 "medium fixes," things that'll take a whole day.
- I have 9 "long fixes," things that require me to rewrite whole sections, or change the style of a narrator's entire text.
So my pledge is to do one short fix and one medium fix every day until they're done. That'll leave 13 days for the nine long fixes. I'll try to knock off one long fix every day, but we'll see how that works out.
That's the plan, Stan.