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I once had a rose named after me and I was very flattered.
But I was not pleased to read the description in the catalogue:
no good in a bed, but fine up against a wall.

- Lady Alice Hillingdon

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Could this block buster help you come up smelling like roses? )
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Fourteen Nano Writers shared with us their word lists in Part 1 and six writers stepped up to the challenge as presented in part 2, applying first-rate sleuthing skills!

And without further ado, we're very happy to announce our winner! It is...

the_envelope_please... )

Missed out on the fun? Stayed tuned for future challenges and contest announcements!
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Hey all! A quick announcement: Nano-Writers' first writing challenge - part 1 is now closed. I would like to sincerely thank all the Nano Writers who participated!

We continue now with Part 2 of the challenge which was inspired by the following advice:

If you want to be a writer, you must do two things above all others: read a lot and write a lot.

Stephen King

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Many thanks to everyone who responded to our little “get-to-know-a-writer” thread. Some great ideas there so if you haven’t checked it out, click here. Go ahead. We’ll wait for you.

And as you might have expected, we all come to NaNoWriMo with a world-wide variety of experiences and expectations. Some writers finish their NaNo novel (or at least 50,000 words of it) with ease and an envious amount of aplomb. And there are others who have yet to experience that sweet-sweet feeling of victory for themselves - yet being the operative word.

So in order to keep the community’s “fun factor” fresh and open to everyone, newbie and veteran alike, we’re going to try running weekly/monthly challenges (writing and other) with a “rating” system so members can filter out/skip those activities that don’t fit their particular level of experience or interest - though of course, everyone should feel free to participate in any challenge that appeals to them, right?

it’s_all_about_the_blue_and_purple )

Now for...
NaNo Writers First Challenge!

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Challenge: What Is That?
Difficulty: Blue (with a Purple twist :-)
Time needed: Five minutes
Bring Along: a timer and a small object (details behind cut)
Deadline: first part of the challenge will close on midnight, Saturday May 9 (whenever that may be for you)

for_more_details_click_here )


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