Today is the first day of the tenth annual National Novel Writing Month, during which storytellers from all over the world will attempt to write a novel in a month (specifically, the goal is to write 50,000 words in the next thirty days.)
You'll probably hear some grumbling about it from a few pros in NetPubLand, but not here. I love this event, I think it's an amazing challenge and I admire everyone who has the desire and courage to take it on. Also, I enjoy how much it ticks off the writing snobs, but that's just a little personal side benefit.
I'm in the middle of production on three books, so I'm not officially participating (every month is pretty much NaNoWriMo at Casa PBW), but I'll be posting some ideas, advice, ten lists and other items of interest for NaNo'ers during November so I can help cheer you guys on.
So, officially, who's NaNo'ing this year? Please let us know in comments and, if you're willing, tell us a little about your WIP. If you'll be blogging about your progress, do post a link so we can visit your place and see how you're doing.