"Mine: dwbeyer.com (shameless plug...) is a bit of several of the above and something else. I started it initially to track my writing progress. I also started to add reviews and such because writing about writing progress... well,…"
"I am with you in spirit. I am skipping this year because I don't need another month long excuse to avoid revising the novel I started in last year's NaNoWriMo! Maybe next year when I am ready to do sequel!"
"I "friended" Nick and sent him a message - does that qualify me for stalker status yet?
Seriously though - Nick, your enthusiasm is contagious. Thanks for pointing me in the right direction. Now onto the re-writes!"
I look forward to participating the best I can - hopefully I have something to contribute to the group here. I just wrapped up my first draft on a book I have been working on for about a year and taking a break before tackling the editing.
Thanks Gail. I am finding that regular doses of encouragement very helpful in the writing process. I couldn't believe how many congrats I go just for finishing my first draft! Between my writers group, folks in my writing class, my family, all the folks at my bookstore hangout (yeah, unlike most people, I go to bookstores to write books rather than to buy them) - it all helps keep moving me forward. Or maybe it is just wanting to avoid explaining how I gave up after getting this far...
I am with you in spirit. I am skipping this year because I don't need another month long excuse to avoid revising the novel I started in last year's NaNoWriMo! Maybe next year when I am ready to do sequel!
"A 'read' registers every time a new user clicks on a chapter. If someone comes back to read it again it won't register as they've already seen it.
Wattpad Feature books, but only if the author is willing to leave them up…"
I use Wattpad, and I have to say that I've had a very positive experience so far. I have one question about reads. What constitutes a read? Does a person just need to visit the first page of a chapter for the number to…"