NaNoWriMo

Cinderella – Like You’ve Never Seen Her Before [NaNoWriMo2017]

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Better late than never, right? I have been furiously scribbling illegible notes and muttering like a crazy woman strategically plotting and working on the first two chapters of my new WIP since 12:01AM on November 1st. All it took was a solid kick in the pants in the form of an encouraging comment from Kim @ Tranquil Dreams to get me to commit. So thank you!

I won’t say much but as you can see from the title, I have a retelling of Cinderella rolling around in my noggin (I blame The Lunar Chronicles and Once Upon a Time for my obsession with fairytales lately).

I am always looking for writing buddies, too! Anyone out there doing #NaNoWriMo this month? You can find me on the NaNoWriMo site as Megan_GingerMomQuest! Come say hi! I need all the encouragement I can get to pull this off!

Happy NaNo-ing!
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19 thoughts on “Cinderella – Like You’ve Never Seen Her Before [NaNoWriMo2017]”

  1. Fairy Tale retelling are one of my faves! Good luck on NaNoWriMo! I’ll be cheering for you even if I’m not actually writing this year. Hopefully if I can get all the editing done, I’ll back next year since I have a plot on my mind this year already 🙂

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  2. Ooh, I love fairy tale retellings! How’s it going? I’m planning a novel this month, instead of actually writing the whole thing – and it’s going pretty well! I look forward to start writing it in the new year. 🙂

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  3. What do you know, my WIP is a Cinderella retelling also! Mine isn’t for nanowrimo though–there’s too much pressure for me to just hammer it all out in one month. I like to take a bit more time. 😛
    I hope you’ve gotten your motivation back up, though! Plotting it out seems to be half the battle, and you’ve already gotten that out of the way!

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      1. Hooray! NaNoWriMo is a great thing, but it’s a shame when people get hung up on “failing” it, and then stop working on their story. I think that so long as it pushed you to write more than you usually would, and so long as you don’t quit entirely (breaks are okay), then you’re a winner!

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