It’s only a month and a half until NaNoWriMo.
I know, I know. For most of you, you’re not even really thinking about it yet.
But I am. I’ve actually been thinking about since last month when a plot bunny hopped into my head and said, “Hi! I’m your 2015 NaNoWriMo novel!”
In addition to working on the outline for that (and fending off two other plot bunnies and a non-fiction idea) it’s time to get started on Municipal Liaison stuff.
Toward that end I have so far scheduled two talks about NaNoWriMo for next month and dropped off fliers at both local libraries, scheduled three write ins for November, dusted off the Google calendar and sent out a regional email.
Not too bad for one day’s work.
Still to do: a lot.
I need to find all of my ML stuff and get it sorted out. (Some of it is in a wheeled craft tote bag that I finally brought in from my car, but I also have a box somewhere with stuff in it, and some stuff is on my computer – although I’m pretty sure that everything that’s on my computer is also in either the box or the rolling tote.)
I need to post fliers in other places, too.
I need to order this year’s ML kit.
I need to make goody bags for the kick off party and write ins.
I need to figure out what I’m going to talk about at the “What is NaNoWriMo?” sessions at the libraries.
And I had the brilliant idea to post documents on Google Drive for participants to print off and use to help with plotting and so on.
And a few bazillion other things that are going to start piling up faster than I can write them down on a list.
But it’ll all get done.
After all, I still have a month and a half…