The fact that I’m participating in NaNoWriMo this month only makes this more hilarious!
Budding writers and aspiring novelists have been reminding the Internet via acronym for the past five days that it’s National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo). In an effort to combat the stigma that the manuscripts resulting from NaNoWriMo are rambling novellas with inconsistent plot lines, hollow characters, and a mish-mosh of half-conceived ideas, I decided to interview three successful writers to get their thoughts about NaNoWriMo. After pulling more strings than a cello player with obsessive compulsive disorder, I was able to sit down with Fyodor Dostoevsky, author of Crime and Punishment, Stephenie Meyer, “author” of Twilight, and George Orwell, author of 1984.
Katie: I’m so glad you all could make it. Especially Fyodor and George, you guys really pulled through.
Stephenie Meyer: What about me?
K: I’m still not sure why you brought a Robert Pattinson cardboard cutout.
Among the three of you, you’ve authored enduring and thought-provoking…
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