The final entry in the wallpaper series is a bit tardy, and I apologize for that. It should come as a surprise to no one who participates in Nanowrimo that time can… get away from you a little. As a result, there are a few days missing from the weekly wallpaper, but this one chronicles the final days. Many thanks to the people who have made kind comments about these wallpapers throughout the month — I hope it’s helped keep at least a few people motivated. Good luck finishing, if you haven’t already.
If I do these again next year, I’m definitely finishing them all by November 1st.
It’s that time again! Here’s a week of Nanowrimo word count and wallpapery goodness to get you through the next week. Hope you’re all staying frosty out there. Only sixteen days to the big finish!
Break your writing into manageable chunks with a brand-new wallpaper for Week Two of Nanowrimo, covering the next seven days. Sorry for the overlapping day (Monday), but I realized too late that starting a week on a Tuesday… kind of awkward. Cheers, and I hope you like it. Also, if you haven’t already, please check out the many other wallpapers I have up for grabs.
A reader requested that I include the Nanowrimo word count on the original wallpaper, so here it is. I don’t have time to do the rest of the color variants this way, but I might get to it before the month is out. This is also the last time I’ll mention the wallpaper until next week. So, check out the wallpaper page and once again, cheers and happy Nano-ing.
In honor of Nanowrimo’s big kickoff tomorrow (or today, for some of you), I made another Nanowrimo desktop wallpaper. This one just covers the first week, so there will be more like it coming. I don’t know how much true utility this one has, but it was fun to make anyway. Cheers. Oh, and feel free to add me as a writing buddy if you’re so inclined.
I’ve uploaded some new versions of my 2011 Nanowrimo calendar wallpaper page with four new color schemes. Check ’em out and enjoy! I’ll be adding more from time to time through this month and next.