Two finals down and two to go. I hope I did well on the two I took, and I hope I do well on the two I'll take soon.
Read books by AWers!
27 more days of school for me... Should feel like the year's winding down, but I really just feel overwhelmed. >.>
Bleh. Anyone ready for May? (I could use another 5 days or so in April... No school, no books, no family, no sleep... Just me, my laptop, and some paper to write stuff down on... I'd have my Spanish done really quickly)
I got another 11k edited on Vampire Baron today. I can't believe I'm at 75k through the edits....
shock and awe, I tell you!
Congrats and good luck to everyone!
I lost count. But I did write every day and read every day and I put in a story competition entry yesterday too.
Upstairs for thinking, downstairs for dancing.
OLL sent out an e-mail today that Script Frenzy won't be held anymore.
As a result of the decreasing turnout and the corresponding decline in fundraising, the OLL Board of Directors voted last month to end Script Frenzy. This decision wasn't based solely on Script Frenzy's financial considerations, but on the resources that OLL requires to host and improve this and our other annual programs.
By devoting full-time staff power and funds to National Novel Writing Month, its Young Writers Program, and Camp NaNoWriMo—which together serve approximately 350,000 participants—we have the opportunity to grow and expand these flourishing programs and reach even more aspiring novelists around the world.
In the coming months, we'll create a Script Frenzy forum on the NaNoWriMo site to host all things scripty, and help participants stay in touch. We are also working on a way to archive the Script Frenzy resources so they are still accessible to participants.
Kudos to the heroic team who made Script Frenzy such a walloping and wonderful creative adventure these many years: Founder Chris Baty; Program Director Sandra Salas; past Directors Jen Arzt and Kristina Malsberger; the OLL board; our greathearted Script Frenzy Municipal Liaisons; and of course, the intrepid scriptwriters themselves.
I quite liked having an excuse to write a script.