As a lot of you have probably already heard, NaNoWriMo is approaching very fast. For those of you who haven’t heard about this before, the National Novel Writing Month starts November 1st and challenges writer to type 50,000 words of a story (either a whole novel, the beginning or the ending of one) before the month ends.
This year will be my first one to join the frenzy of NaNoWriMo. So, for the next two weeks, you can expect to read a little bit about how I approach the challenge. Then, once November arrives, you’ll read about how crazy I’m going and if I’m reaching my objectives or not. I’ll most likely share excerpt from my novel from time to time as well.
But before we get to all that, I wanted to share the official title and synopsis of my NaNoWriMo project.
Oil and Boiling Water
Tatiana embodies everything scholars can’t abide; oily hands, strong head and, worst of all, a woman. No amount blue blood and arguments can change the scholars’ mind, as their strict thousand years of ruling Britannia proves. Unfortunately, their blind theories led the country to the brink of demise. Sick of watching the island sink, Tatiana enrolls as a mechanic for crew of French air pirates with her twin brother Damian, escaping her father and his plans for her. Between muzzling an unwanted suitor and fixing the ship, Tatiana hopes to build a device that will teach the scholars a lesson.