Saturday, November 14, 2015

NaNoWriMo According to K-Dramas

During my travels through dramaland, I have collected copious amounts of screencaps which I use on a daily basis. (They're better than gifs, okay?) As I was sorting through these screencaps in a vain attempt to organize them, I realized that many of them perfectly portrayed the various stages of NaNoWriMo. If you're participating in National Novel Writing Month, you may relate to these as much as I did.

When you realize your plot is flawed:
When you're struck with genius:
When your characters refuse to behave:
When you ask someone's opinion of your novel:
When someone suggests going outside/anywhere:
When there's that one character you really hate:
What people say to you all month:
 When people keep asking 'how's the writing coming' even when you've said 'fine':

When you decide you don't like your novel halfway through the month:
When other humans won't leave you alone:
When you have to give yourself a pep-talk:
When the entire dramatis persona misbehaves:
When you find that pesky plot hole:
When you fall behind your wordcount goal:
Your response to people who ask if you'll put them in your novel and kill them:
The best thing about writing:
And of course, December First:
Are you doing NaNoWriMo? How is your novel progressing? Can you relate to this post, or has it all been a piece of cake with icing on top?

1 comment:

  1. Love this! While this year's NaNo novel is behaving (so far), I have to agree that every one of these is an accurate portrayal of NaNo!

    And novel-writing in general. :)