So glad to see many NaNo refugees here! The newest WiP I have right now is my Camp NaNo from July (didn’t do August b/c of work), and I’m currently torn between doing one in November and revising both of my old ones. More than likely, though, I’ll probably get on the hamster wheel and do November anyway! 🙂
@cehart: I honestly don’t know how I was able to do NaNoWriMo 2010 without the folks from the Philippines regional forum! We were scattered all over the place but always got together online to support each other every night. I missed that when I did Camp NaNo, though – but by then I found the Camp NaNo wordsprint community on Twitter, and it worked out fine for me.
@Allison: I agree with you on the motivational factor for this one. The great thing about NaNo, I think, is that it’s a good way to get started on a draft of an idea, finished or not. FWIW, I’m still not finished with my Camp NaNo either after going past 50k – here’s hoping I get to that ending before I start again in November, if ever.
@cathy: You just described what I might be looking at in November. O_O I do have an idea for my next one, but we’ll see.
@xaenyth: Truth be told, I also “wrote” my July novel in May – started scribbling the story idea in a notebook, then plotted an outline on yWriter before sitting on it all of June. I think I love this one too much to let it go unfinished 🙂 Seriously, though, I love both NaNos and hope they’d get published… and if not, I’ll end up adapting them into screenplays!