So far there have been two Novel in a Day exercises. For anyone not aware, the NiaD is a collaborative writing exercise where a group of writers get together and write every single word of a novel over the course of a single 24 hour period. Doesn’t sound challenging enough? Here are a few additional complications: Continue reading
Surely you’re not looking to pass on the baton? It looked like you had us running like a well-oiled machine this year! (Matt)
Never again. That’s what I thought when I finished the last NIAD. By the time I’d uploaded the book to the internet I was exhausted, both physically and emotionally.
He said the same thing last year – let’s hope we can twist his arm again next year. (KB) Continue reading
Henry Page gets his dream job as the engineer on a high profile NASA mission. But just what is Mission Control’s real objective for the flight?
Lunar520 was written as a Novel In A Day on October 20, 2012 (25 authors, 24 hours) and is available for free download from the links at the bottom of the page. Continue reading
Detective Nick Scott is called to the scene of a fatal house fire at a remote holiday cottage. With the only survivor in the psychiatric wing of the local hospital, Nick faces a struggle to uncover what actually happened before the fire broke out.
The Dark was written as a Novel In A Day on October 15, 2011. 24 authors, 24 hours and is available for free download from the links a the bottom of the page. Continue reading