I found this picture on Facebook through my various contacts:
If you live in Victoria (Australia) please get involved, Sherryl Clark knows what she’s talking about, I can’t recommend her enough. However, this picture did inspire an idea. While I’m aware that NaNoWriMo will have group meet-ups scheduled, however because my lack there-of a driver’s licence, I couldn’t get to these events during the week and, with the exception of the State Library NaNoWriMo group-meeting in the CBD, the locations weren’t easily accessible via public transport.
So I’ve decided that I try doing my NaNoWriMo writing at three possible locations:
~The State Library – Writing here would have to be on either the weekends or my day/s off from work and as I work most weekends and my weekly shifts change every week this option might be harder to organize
~The Lerderderg Library – also known as the Bacchus Marsh Library, why it’s called Lerderderg I have no idea, however the library is close to my work so I could finish my shift then head on over and do some writing there
~Victoria University, Footscray Park Campus – I attend classes at the Footscray Park Campus on a Monday
I’m incredibly lazy and have strong hermit tendencies, so for the last two years I’ve just stayed at home and wrote from there and while I know some writers who love writing in cafes, I personally find cafes to be distracting. However, I also want to acknowledge the the fact that I should occasionally try to stretch myself, maybe be more active in the online forums.
So, the questions for the readers are:
~Are you participating in this year’s NaNoWriMo?
~What NaNoWriMo region are you registered with?
~Where is your favorite location to write?
~Do you write alone or in a group?
Let me know in the comments section