nom wrote:May I?
No silly, he has said repeatedly, Oct X
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kirtvee wrote:Sadly, I won't be able to join in on the NiaD fun this year as it's scheduled over the Canadian Thanksgiving weekend. I'll be rather busy smoking a turkey and eating pumpkin pie with the in-laws while they're visiting. Though in an alternate reality where I DIDN'T get along with my in-laws, NiaD would have been an excellent excuse to avoid them!
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I totally agree! The genres that have stretched me the most outside my normal reading / writing have definitely taught me the most about my reading / writing.Evil Overlord wrote:I'm in. I look forward to this every year - especially the often epic mismatch between my knowledge and the genre or context.
Welcome back!Thrash wrote:I'd love to do his again!
Yes!Kramer wrote:I'm in...!
Absolutely!r6d2 wrote:Would love to make a nice come back this year. Fill me in, please!
Glad you enjoyed it! Welcome back!Cesca wrote:I'm down! This was so much fun last time!
ADDED! I don't know if Interstellar pirate dolphin is underutilised as such. I think Jaysen writes 5 or 6 novellas in that vein every year...?Camy wrote:Ooooooo! Yes yes yes yes yes, please! Thank you, Roger. The Interstellar pirate dolphin genre is underutilised.
Yay!"hallda01 wrote:I'm in.
Absolutely!IanPhilpott wrote:Count me in!
Done! The trick is to milk as much enjoyment / distraction in the run up to the event as you can, by talking ceaselessly about it on social media and encouraging all your friends, casual acquaintances, and random strangers you pass on the street to join in.ElNocho wrote:Count me in, too! I'm looking forward to the next great distraction.
Great!Ryker Hayes wrote:I'm in!
Mmmmm... Smoked Turkey and Pumpkin Pie!kirtvee wrote:Sadly, I won't be able to join in on the NiaD fun this year as it's scheduled over the Canadian Thanksgiving weekend. I'll be rather busy smoking a turkey and eating pumpkin pie with the in-laws while they're visiting. Though in an alternate reality where I DIDN'T get along with my in-laws, NiaD would have been an excellent excuse to avoid them!
You do know that I only tell people what to write for one day a year? The other days they're free to write whatever stories and genres they like?Jaysen wrote:See Piggy! Folks WANT to write about piratical dolphin ETs!
Welcome!manyaraz wrote:I'd love to join this year around!
Once a NiaDer (Noveller in a Day? Infinite Monkeys?!), always a NiaDer!!!!Foxtrot wrote:Hello, I would like to participate this year after a few years absence.
DONE! I'm hoping this will be the BEST ONE YET!Velviit wrote: Hi Pigfender, I really enjoyed working on Niad 9 1/2. It would be quite special to take part in the 2020 NIAD. Please add me to the list. Looking forward to it, Yay!!
NiaD cures everything*! Also, even though you've not expressly said so, I'm going to assume you want to take part?! I've added you to the list anyway. No backsies!ianhart wrote:I'm sharpening my hypodermic for the NiaD vaccine!
Lord Nomibold, you are always welcome.nom wrote:May I?
A...L...L ...... T...H...E ...... F...U...Ngr wrote:Maybe I've downed one too many pencil cups, but dang it, I'm gonna do it this time! I'm tired of watching you folks have all the fun!
2000% in! Yay!FleetAdmiralO wrote:2000% down! Sign me up (again and again and again)!
Welcome back!MsRestless wrote:I would like to participate in this novel project.
Excellent!drbruce wrote:Yaaay! One of the highlights of my writing calendar. Count me in for sure.
hahahaJaysen wrote:No silly, he has said repeatedly, Oct Xnom wrote:May I?
DONE!xandria wrote:Sign me up! woohoo!
Yes!CeramicFairy wrote:Yes please! Count me in.
A couple of NiaDs ago you almost got a story with the working title "Robots vs Zombies", but I scrapped it about a week before the day and came up with something completely different instead. One day I hope to reuse that plot as maybe a webcomic or something.Maelduin wrote:What's the genre this year? A gender-bending cowboy zombie fantasy set in space?
YES! And, yes. The NiaD Award Mugs are highly prized and should be proudly displayed on all electronic media, from your twitter profile to your work email autosig. (Ok, maybe not your work email autosig).Shift wrote:Greetings! I'm in!! XD Edit: I need to add missing coffee cups to my sig....
Glad you had fun!tanyareed wrote:I'll give this a try again! I've had fun both of the other times I've played.
YEEEESSSS! I *KNEW* you wouldn't be able to resist the X!xiamenese wrote:I'm going to stick my head on the block again and say I'd like to be in. It's been a number of years during which other things in life have got in the way. I just hope it's a genre less daunting than the last two; I know nothing about piratical cyber-dolphins … or about anything much, really!
Mark, a.k.a Mr X
Absolutely!deekayoh wrote:Count me in!
Very happy to have you back!Kingstonmike wrote:I'd love to do this one more time.
Booking off the time, so I don't get called in at the last minute, like the last time and marking it on my calendar so I don't get the days mixed up like the ...other..last time.
I loved doing it and want to redeem myself for the times I fornicated the canine, so to speak...
We'd love to have you!Hal Abeoji wrote:I would love to take part! Thanks!
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