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NaNoWriMo #5 (Maggie Madly Writing) November 5, 2010

Posted by nrhatch in Humor, Word Play.

This list is “on the money.”

Whether you are a writer, know a writer, or intend to become a writer “some day,” you are apt to see the truth in this post.

Me?  ~ 8, 9, 11, 13, 16, 17, 25


I found this meme on a fellow Fiction Press author’s page and I thought it would be fun to share here.

These symptoms of writing mania are definitely exaggerated during NaNoWriMo season.

1. You would rather talk to the voices in your head than the person sitting next to you.

2. You know the research librarian’s office, cell, and home phone numbers, but can’t remember your own.

3. Some of the letters on your keyboard are completely worn off. (This … Read More

via Maggie Madly Writing


1. souldipper - November 5, 2010

Oh-oh…I innocently thought dementia was settling in. Does this mean I have to write?!!

nrhatch - November 5, 2010

Don’t you already do some of these things? I do.

It doesn’t take NaNoWriMo to cause me to revise dialogue in my head . . . or to work through meals . . . or to forget about the porridge sitting on the stove (oh, wait, that’s you, not me). 🙂

2. Cindy - November 5, 2010

Oh my word … Maggie knows me!

nrhatch - November 5, 2010

The list definitely hit a few nails squarely on the head for me.

3. Booksphotographsandartwork - November 6, 2010

I’m only a once in a great while pretend writer. Ok not even that really but those were so funny!

nrhatch - November 6, 2010

Glad you enjoyed them.

Yay for voices in our heads . . . clamoring to be let out. 😉

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