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smiley05.gif posted on 7-24-2009 at 05:07 AM
Question about what we can enter...


I've managed to drag a friend into doing JulNo with me next year. We came up with an idea for how we're thinking about hitting our 50K marks, but weren't sure if it was actually within the rules to enter it.

As we're both avid RPers, we were thinking about carrying an RP through the month and keeping count of the words from each of our posts. Aiming for 50K each and 100K over all.

I know JulNo is less strict than NaNo about what can be entered, but I wanted to check what the position would be on this.

The RP would likely be based on a book or something, it would not be a completely original thing. However, the plot would be our own.

So, I think this is the right place for this... :confused:

Help and information is greatly appreciated, or a link or pointer to some where I can find this information.





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[*] posted on 7-25-2009 at 11:28 PM


Well, I don't know. I mean, it's your writing. It's going to be like a story, yes? If it's not going to be in a story-type format of some sort, then I would say no... but if so, then sure. I don't like to be *too* strict, but then again I don't want people just typing up 50,000 words and calling themselves a winner.



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