So true! I think I have a general gist of what I want my novel to be about.. but it isn't very developed, so we'll see if it actually goes anywhere or not :/
True! And as we all know and have been educated by John, a novel worthy of publication or really any real reading requires lots and lots of revision. So even if the first draft doesn't have as much detective work, you can always go back and add more in when you're editing it. :)
JulNoWriMo is half-official, if that's what you guys are interested in. More people participate in that.
Why not just declare 2011 NaNoWriYr, and try to do one novel per month? screw the "100 book challenge", THAT would take some effort.
Excuses excuses... That's a good way to rationalize mediocrity though, good job.
I'll join in with you all, I'm attempting WriYe after all, so might as well have some awesome Nerdfighters to start the year writing with.
I suggest, if you all want to communicate, either just talk on here, or make one big Skype Chat Room.