STR AIGHT TALK

Novem­ber is Na­tional Novel Writ­ing Month. Could you write a novel in just 30 days?

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An­nika James, Wil­liamstown:

There’s no way I could write a novel in one month. I pro­cras­ti­nate too much. I like writ­ing and English class but I don’t think I could do a novel in a month. If I could, I’d prob­a­bly write a mys­tery.

Melissa Payne, Alexan­dria:

I don’t think I could. If I was go­ing to write a novel, it would be about teenaged life in gen­eral.

Brooke Joanette, Ap­ple Hill:

No, I don’t think I could be­cause I’m not a writer. I do a lot of read­ing in school though.

Kather­ine van der Byl, Lochiel:

No, I’d try but I don’t think I could fin­ish. I’d prob­a­bly try writ­ing a true-to-life ac­count about life on the farm.

Justin Roberge, North Lan­caster: No, I’m def­i­nitely not a writer. Maybe I could do 100 pages at the most. Pat DiRico, Glen Robertson:

Ab­so­lutely. I’m a rel­a­tively good writer and I would write about my mil­i­tary ex­pe­ri­ences - 20 years in the Air Force, op­er­a­tional and peace­keep­ing.

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