L♡VE LIST

Guys, I won National Novel Writing Month!

I still have about 10K left to write in my story (the end — scary!), but I’m so super happy to have made it this far, and with time to spare. Yay!

To celebrate, I thought it’d be fun to share the Love List I made for this WiP, tentatively titled Stars Like Dust. Love Lists are kind of my favorite. ❤

Here’s what I’ve come up with so far…

Castle Turrets
Cemeteries
Chai
Cottages
Dandelions
First Kisses
Flower Gardens
Foreign Words
Fortune Cookies
Goldendoodles
Hand Holding
Milkshakes
Photography
Poetry
Prayer Rugs
Princesses
Rumi
Sandy Beaches
Salty Water
Shooting Stars
Star-Crossed Love
Wishes

And a few of the visuals I’ve spent hours staring at…

         

This a kissing book, obviously.
Would you expect anything less out of me? 😉

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13 thoughts on “L♡VE LIST

  1. Jaime Morrow says:

    This looks and sounds awesome, Katy! I haven’t done a love list in a while, but every time you do one I always think it’s such a great idea. Congrats on winning NaNo. I’m very impressed at how disciplined you’ve been. 🙂

    • Katy Upperman says:

      Thanks, Jaime! Fear of failure is a very powerful motivator for me, especially with something public like NaNo. I hope you make a Love List soon… I’m feeling super nosy about the story you’ve been researching and plotting. 🙂

  2. Erin Funk says:

    Your love lists are always so awesome and inspiring! I should really do one for my current WIP now that you’ve reminded me. Congrats on winning NaNo, Katy, and good luck getting that last 10k down! 🙂

  3. Alexa says:

    Congratulations Katy! That’s brilliant. Unless I write 14,000 words tomorrow I’m not going to win, but I had fun and it’s gotten me back into the habit of writing everyday.
    I love your love list, sounds like my kind of book 🙂

    • Katy Upperman says:

      Thanks, Alexa! And wow… Even though you didn’t officially “win,” you wrote tons of new words, which is such a huge success. Best of luck finishing off your story. I’m cheering you on!

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