Thank you, thank you, thank you for all of your support yesterday. I'd been so down for so long, it was a relief to get it out of my head, and your kind words made all the difference. Your comments shifted me right out of my misery, and I am just about raring to get moving again!
Before you all think I totally forgot, it's time for me to announce the winner of the Letting Go Bloghop! Every single entry was superb, and I had such a hard time choosing a winner, I just gave the entries to my mum to read lol! Bless her, she sat down yesterday afternoon and read every single one. She was just as impressed as I was but after much deliberation, she picked her winner so ... everyone please give a huge congratulations to Scribbles From Jenn! I will be in touch very soon about your prize! Thanks to everyone who participated - you were all amazing!
Since Fifty Shades of Grey was released, not only has there been a surge in erotica, but also a surge in the number of books about virgins. Now, technically, these books may have always been there, but I am noticing them now, because virginity is the central theme of the story I was going to write for NaNo. With the popularity of Cora Carmack's "Losing It," and the upcoming release of "V is For Virgin" by Kelly Oram - I am wondering if maybe I need to change my idea. Mine is nothing like Fifty Shades, and not really like Losing It or V is for Virgin BUT, I'm kind of wondering how many more books about virgins will be flooding the market before I get mine ready. The suckier part of it is, I had the premise for this book years ago and never finished it - and I thought now might be the time. But I fear virgins are the new vampires - and I don't wanna just fall in line with the others. :S
So ... do I stick with my original plan, or come up with something new?
How are the rest of you prepared for NaNo? Ready to go, or flailing at the last minute? :D