November is National Novel Writing Month and I, along with thousands of others, have endeavored to write a 50k word novel in 30 days. Slightly more than a week in and I've learned both trivia and facts about the process of writing a novel. If you're doing #NaNoWriMo , what have you learned while writing your novel?
  1. Video game music is GREAT for writing to
    mostly because it doesn't have words but it's usually still engaging/motivating
  2. It's really hard to write when you're hot/cold/hungry/thirsty
  3. The fact that Pune, India and Tokyo, Japan only have a +3 time difference between them
  4. Somehow it's really fun to sit in a room full of people typing away on laptops and write your own story
    NaNo is just as much social as anything else
  5. There are so many diverse names in Hindi like you wouldn't believe
  6. So many airport names/codes
    My character goes from India to Japan with a stop in Kuala Lumpar, and then later she'll go to England. Lots of flights have connections.