EK's STAR LOG
CATEGORY ARCHIVES:
NaNoWriMo Overachievers:
How did you do it?

As has been requested (endlessly) EK's Star Log is returning to the internet. You can still read the original archive here... https://eelkat.wordpress.com 

The reason you couldn't find it is because I set it to private un-index mode, meaning it no longer shows up in Google search results and can only be accessed by a direct link.

Meaning, if you didn't have the url for it, no amount of searching for it would tell you how to find it. Anyone who had the url could still access it though.

I had set it to private September 23, 2013, intending to move each page here to EelKat.com... however, November 14, 2013, after only moving about 30 pages, I was beaten up and left paralyzed for 5 months, then spent 18 months relearning to walk. I am still crippled and have limited mobility.

Below is one of the blog posts that originally appeared on EK's Star Log. The original articles are still online but no longer indexed in Google. Links to the original article, are included with this post, as is the original posting date. Clicking the links will take you to the original site, where you can see the old Space Dock 13 website still online. Space Dock 13 as it looked when hosted on WordPress from 2003 to 2013.



NaNoWriMo Overachievers: How did you do it?

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Overachievers: How did you do it?

rosepetal720Overachievers: How did you do it?
26,377 / 50,000Official ParticipantJoined: Aug 23, 2010Location: Starkville, Mississippi, United StatesPosts: 192Posted on:
Nov 9, 2010 – 17 17

I’m an averager, doing my daily 2000 to 2500 a day, and I’m curious about people who have finished already. What’s your secret? 1. Did you make an incredibly intricate outline

2. Have you done Nano many times before, so the process is easy?


3. Have you written so many novels before, Nano or otherwise, that the process is easy?


4. Was it mostly stuff you’re going to cut out?


5. Did you type without stopping to think, letting the words flow no matter what they were?


6. Have you had this story in your head so long that it just popped out?
Next question: Did your progress surprise you, or did it happen much like you thought it would?I’m very eager to hear your responses (and I think others are too). Maybe I’ll learn something.———-











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