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Top Ten Things I Would Do If I Was a Famous Writer

I like to write. I want to write novels.
I am writing something that could resemble an YA novel if I had actually planned it out. I started it with Nanowrimo (which I will win one day. One day) and Then I left it in the dust for a few months. Now I'm working on it again.
Thanks to Nanowrimo(my own personal torture device), the Really Long Story Which I hereby Refuse to Call a Novel has been born. And it's making me cut my hair which is not a good sign.
Anyways because of this Project, I have decided to make my fate known. I want to be an Author.
And I made of list of things I want to do when I'm a bit famous as a writer and a blogger.
  1. Buy a Gnome Statue
  2. Go to a bookstore and sign a bunch of copies of my book and leave little notes to readers in them, but nothing too creepy. Something like "I
    hope you enjoy my book"
  3. Have a friend post an draft of one of my novels in a popular character's perspective secretly and see what happens
  4. Have a dance party when the Publisher send the first copies of my book with my dog
  5. Go into the Fan Forums and post a bunch of secrets about characters under a different username
  6. Buy another Gnome statue
  7. Pig out on junk food and host a BlogTv Show about my book
  8. Get a Facebook
  9. Buy a ton books that I have been meaning to buy and read but never had the time to do or didn't have the money
  10. Win Nanowrimo

DFTBA
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Comment by A Very Ironic Goose on June 6, 2010 at 12:11pm
That's the point... getting to the end in three days :P
Comment by Bridget Channing on June 6, 2010 at 11:40am
A three day novel writing contest would drive me to the end.
But I'll check it out
Comment by A Very Ironic Goose on June 3, 2010 at 10:06pm
We should do all of that stuff together, when we both become famous writers :P You doing the three day novel writting contest?
P.S.
You should.

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