As I go into NaNoWrimo on Thursday, there is a lot I have been thinking about.
How many of the participants are traditional writers and how many are self published writers? But when you break it all down....does it matter?
That is what is so great about NaNoWrimo! It brings the writing community together for ONE COMMON GOAL!
Goal: SIT BUTT IN CHAIR, HANDS ON KEYBOARD, AND WRITE!
But (yes, you know I always have a but), it goes deeper than that for me.
There is a forum in the NaNoWrimo for Indie Authors. BUT why?
Is that divide still there? Has my head still stuck under the cover and not paying attention to the world of authors?
Good for me! My head is stuck in the interaction with my readers and that is where it should be. My readers don't care if I'm self published or traditionally published, they only care that they can get their hands on one of my books.
As I wake up in the morning, NOVEMBER 1st, and sit down at my computer, I will not have the thought of "I'm an indie author or self published author." I will have the thought of my readers in my mind, creating words that will flow through my fingertips, and spill out over the white screen of my computer.
And on DECEMBER 1st, I will wake up with a smile on my face, ready to face the first round of layering and revisions of the 50k words that I just wrote WITH MY READERS IN MIND.
CHEERS!~to a great writing month!
To check out my tips on making it through NaNoWrimo, check out my blog post from Monday!