Better start planning. . .

As I said in a previous post, I plan on writing a novel during the month of November, as part of the NaNoWriMo project. Since I have less than a week to go, I'd probably better start putting some thought into the little details, like the name of the main character, the location, the genre, the villain. A plot might be nice, too.

I actually do have a rough idea, but no clue on where exactly it will take me. I figure that I am just going to make this whole thing up as I go along. After all, it works for some.


31 minutes, max

I forgot to check the time stamp before I deleted it, but in less than 31 minutes, I had picked up an automated spam reply to my previous entry. Looks like it's time for verification or something.

Proving, once again, that I am insane. . .

I did it. I officially signed up for NaNoWriMo. So, beginning on November 1st, I'll be working on my first, serious attempt at a novel. If nothing else, I'll wind up either procrastinating (and updating the blog more often), or actually writing it (and at least blogging my progress). Hopefully the deadline does me some good.


Wow. . . .

Well, I really didn't need this ego boost:


That's why it's called stress testing. . .

. . . because its stressful on the testors.

I finally got in on the beta testing of City of Villains. It's laggy, buggy, and full of rubberbanding. It's annoying and stressful as heck - but fun. I'd already pre-ordered it, but am glad to see that it's going to be something I enjoy playing.

Now, if I can only find the time. . . .