Narnia_Fan12: Travel App
Your Nweb and NaNoWriMo usernames, were they inspired by anything?
Narnia_fan12... and narnia_fan12. They were inspired by the fact that when I joined narniaweb I was a narnia fan and I was twelve.
NaNoWriMo or YWP?
Who are you?
Your worst nightmare. I kid. I'm me, of course
How were you sucked into NaNoWriMo? Did someone person brainwash you into joining?
I was sucked into NaNoWriMo thanks to an overflow of ideas and a rather large push by Nweb user The Rose-Tree Dryad (she was cheerleading the entire time, it was awesome).
Was this your first, second, tenth time participating?
First. I nearly participated the year before but I chickened out at the last minute.
What was your novel synopsis (or original idea) at the beginning of nano? Genre?
My genre was science fiction/comedy and my synopsis was a computer nerd who travels through time while attempting to win the heart of his crush.
Was your synopsis the same or different at the end? Or did you end up writing something completely different?
My synopsis ended up being a computer nerd who travels through time while attempting to win the heart of his crush but hits multiple obstacles throughout mainly due to a psychotic puppeteer.
Did you finish? If no, what supernatural events, natural disasters, etc. prevented you from finishing? If yes, what superpowers enabled you to write 50k in one month?
I actually finished some ten days early. Do fingers count as a superpower? Because they did not fail me.
What method of writing proved to be the most effective?
Did this method involve glue, ropes, caffeine or some other forceful inducement?
It involved sore wrists and many coffee-lacking late nights writing.
What lesson(s) did NaNoWriMo teach you this past November?
That your ideas will hardly (if ever) turn out the way you want them. And that I can write 50k in a month and it turns you into a complete nerd at school. me: "Hey! I just finished writing a fifty thousand word novel, and it even counts as extra credit!" friend: "Dude... you need a girlfriend."
Website, blog, twitter, etc you want readers to know about?
Aslanscountry.com is pretty cool. I sometimes write news on there.