I also saw FROZEN and it was pretty entertaining. The animation looked great and a few of the songs were pretty catchy. I could have done without the talking snowman, but I understand it's a Disney movie and they feel they have to stick a cute character in there to market to children, but the character could disappear from the movie and the story wouldn't be impacted by it one bit. Still, I'd recommend catching it. Looked very pretty up on the big screen that's for sure.
Yesterday I only did 1000 words. Up until yesterday I was making sure to do at least 2000-2500. So yesterday was a bit of a disappointment, but there extenuating circumstances so I'm not upset about it. As it is I only need to do about 800 words per day for the rest of the month to hit 50k on time.
On a related note, is anyone but me getting this weird addiction to updating the word counter? I keep finding myself writing about 50 words and then stopping to go update. have I completely lost it, or does anyone else do this?
I do that too, even though I'm not trying to make the goal. :P
Every three paragraphs or so I'm all "GOTTA COUNT MY WORDZ".
Yeah, I've become addicted to the word count feature and then updating my nanowrimo page. I think most people get this addiction during the month.
I submitted this to the NaNoWriMo site for the 30covers30days thread. Hoping I'll get chosen :)
Title: Cannon Stone, P.I. and the Strange Case of Lucy Warhead
Author: Scott Springer
Region: Cape Cod/Mass/U.S.
Synopsis: Cannon Stone was the title character of the 1985 mid-season replacement show "Cannon Stone, P.I." Only six episodes were shown and today most people don't remember the program at all. That didn't stop Cannon Stone from forcing himself out of his series and into the real world. Armed with his trusted Browning 1911 and driving his pristine 1985 Ford Mustang, Cannon Stone has never let a little thing like being fiction get in his way. Today, Cannon Stone is just as real as you or me, although he can't shake off the tethers to his fictional reality entirely.
Lucy Warhead is the petite and foul mouthed Queen of Punk Rock. From her early days in Primitive People from Ohio to her notorious solo gigs where fans take great pride in having her stomp them in the face, she's as notorious as she is talented. The hardcore singer isn't shy about her use of drugs and alcohol, but her lifestyle doesn't sit will with her mother, the famed former supermodel Elle P, who isn't shy about letting Lucy know exactly how she feels. Sure, Elle P. has been dead for five years, but that's not really the point now is it?
Together, Cannon Stone and Lucy Warhead will have to deal with the mysterious Man in Red (even though he wears mostly black. Go figure) and his shadowy employer and their own plans for Warhead. Along the way they will deal with Warhead's dead mother, Stone's possibly dead antagonist from the tv series, ambushes, pissed off former friends, and, of course, each other.