Saturday, November 3, 2012

What's Up The Street for Next Week?

It's the month of complete and utter insanity!

Yes, whoever decided to make November National Novel Writing Month was...well...

A nice Christian girl really shouldn't say.


We're three days into the madness, are you hitting a rush or realizing that 50k seems a whole lot more on this side of the month?

Share your woes and success and hopefully your success well out weigh the woes!

And check out what's coming up next week...

K. Dawn Byrd is vising the Alley with a guest post about her latest novel and setting a Biblical tale in modern times on Monday.

Sherrinda brings her usual dose of wit and wisdom to the blog on Tuesday.

Mary is in the middle of a cross-country move (pray for safe travels!) but will definitely be here on Wednesday. 12 hour driving days gives plenty of time to think up great Alley topics. ;-)

Krista is ALL about romance on Thursday (good thing, since I just realized I write romance, not women's fiction. Ha! ;-)

MBT Brainstorming coach Michelle Lim is here!! And she has awesome tips for our stories + a giveaway! Be sure and check it out on Friday.

Side walk Talk
Our thoughts and prayers are definitely with the friends and readers on the East coast. Our own Julia is there and Alley friend Renee Ann too. Praying for safety and electricity back soon!

Casey posted on the ACFW blog on the 1st (and yes forgot to promote her own post). You can check it out here. 


Jill Weatherholt said...

So far, I'm still on track with NaNo. I'm taking it day by day.

Joanne Sher said...

Not NaNoing, but definitely staying busy. Praying for Julia and the others affected by Sandy.

Looks like a super week coming up. Thanks, ladies!

Casey said...

Jill, same for me too.

Joanne, keep pushing forward, keep working hard and yes definitely praying!

Julia M. Reffner said...

Thanks for the prayer. We are doing fine here. Totally back to normal.

Mary Vee Writer said...

I am on track for NaNo. I think up my scene while driving then rip away on the keyboard once we hit the hotel. Wahoo!