Errol: I realize that not a lot of people see this through the website. I mentioned on my twitter that NaNoToons Facebook had surpassed my geek band’s facebook, and I had a few people surprised that NaNoToons HAD a facebook!
NaNoToons doesn’t have a twitter though. I figured that I would use my personal account for that because, well, I think only NaNoWriMo people follow me there anyway.
I did find something cool called Tablo. I think it’s another self-publishing platform, however, there is a NaNoWriMo View! You can see mine. Look how pretty it is! In the bottom left, you can see stats! I like stats. It doesn’t have a way to jump chapters yet, which is good, because I don’t really want you people to read my pantsed novel. I assume length and reams of dialogue is enough to deter people.
I will mention one important thing I added a while ago that is awesome, and that’s Comic-Rocket. It adds navigation to the NaNoToons. Did I mention that made me happy? It made me happy!
12 comments on “2013 – November #5”
hah– nanowrimo would be easier if I didn’t have to do the whole novel thing. love it!
^_^ It’s totally true though. I’ve felt that way a couple of times. *laugh*
it IS true. kind of feel that way now…
Trying to get people to subscribe to Debs and Errol through here, huh? 😀
We may be a bit too geeky for that, Manpans. ^_^
Alas, my prediction of Rob surprising everyone by finishing halfway through the month is looking less likely. But I’m still rooting for him!
I read through some of your novel, and it is exactly how I would expect cleric-you and fighter-Manda to be. Poor Lonpons…that doesn’t roll off the tongue as nicely as Manpans.
BWAHAHA! Lonpons. ^_^
Technically if we didn’t have to do the whole “novel thing” there couldn’t be a NaNoWriMo. 🙂 I just love to write!
*laugh* I love writing! 😀
Rob makes me feel better about my own slacking. I predict he and I will be dong a 10K weekend after Thanksgiving. I have been sharing your toons on tumblr with links here. I hope more ppl visit 🙂
*laugh* Huzzah! Thanks! Share away!
It’s funny, I always find the first week the hardest for writing! I’m plagued with plot bunnies, and when I’ve only got a few thousand words, the temptation to abandon my novel and start over is too strong. I get most of my words in later in the month, once I’ve really got my teeth in my story.