GrammoWriMo e-book

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About GrammoWriMo

In November 2013, around 300 writers from 27 countries (and 44 U.S. states) worked together to write a group novel for National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo). We called the project #GrammoWriMo. For more information, check out our FAQ.

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Deleted Scenes

Find the others and you shall find your answers.
Audra breathed a sigh of relief as she finally recognized landscapes she had been building for so many years.
Fetch down the biscuit tin, the one with the picture of the castle on it.
They gave birth to stars of light. Slowly at first, then with increasing speed, the sparks of Magic found themselves released from their fountain home. They streamed out into the water as an underwater firework, shining and blossoming.
He remembered the nauseating blue sky when he was told that he would never see them again. The sky was supposed to be gray. When something so horrible happens, the sky is always supposed to be dark, raining even. But that day was blue. Blue and white.
One last look at her small apartment. A deep breath, and another and she was out and down the steps.
Could she have fun? A secret smile curled her lips. And that smile she was sure moved right to her eyes.
Spare change? That wouldn’t do. Not for a wish of this magnitude. She opened her purse and dug around until she found a souvenir from their Vegas wedding: a $20 chip from the MGM Grand casino.
Frozen in the desert night by fear, mesmerized by the pestilent ballet, not a soul moved.
A cool and gentle wind with the distinct smell of a rain soaked autumn day caressed her face.
The man’s almond eyes were closed, his sharp features chiseled from anguish buried so deep, it molded the bones. His shock of raven hair was worried into tumultuous tufts. Sun kissed skin glistened under a sheen of sweat that beaded over a brow as wrinkled as his suit.
You remind me of my mother.
Your father would be disappointed in you. He didn’t fight as a soldier to see his own daughter give up on life.

Plot and Summary Notes →

Narrated in third-person, our adventure novel takes place in North America in the recent past. It follows the story of an adult, female protagonist who slowly spirals down into darkness. However, with the help of a stranger, our protagonist realizes the error of her ways before it is too late — and she avoids defeat. Read on for details.

Blog posts

October 19, 2013
#GrammoWriMo The Plot Thickens
October 17, 2013
Best First Lines in Literature
October 9, 2013
#GrammoWriMo Let’s Get Ready to Write!
For more GrammoWriMo resources, check out the blog!