The NaNoWriMo Coffee Chocolate Correlation – please participate!

As I wrote in my earlier post, 6 Things You Need to Thrive During NaNoWriMo 2014, chocolate and coffee are the first two things on that list.

I thought it would be fun to have WriMos keep track of their consumption of coffee and chocolate and then enter their word counts for the day to see how consuming these essentials might correlate to the size of their word count.

The more people who take part in The NaNoWriMo Coffee Chocolate Correlation, the bigger the sample we’ll have.

So please click on the link and fill out the form all the way through NaNoWriMo 2014 (Nov. 1-30, 2014) when you take a break from your writing and we’ll see what happens! (If you could share this with others on social media we’ll get a bigger sample as well.)

Also, please feel free to reach out to me on Twitter if you’re having a bad writing day, looking for some encouraging words, or just want to celebrate your success. I’ll be pounding the keyboard along with all of you.

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Thanks, everyone! Have a great NaNoWriMo 2014.

Here’s a link to the survey:

http://goo.gl/forms/nsVpqKwHKV

Here’s a screenshot of what the form will look like:

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One thought on “The NaNoWriMo Coffee Chocolate Correlation – please participate!

  1. The form is up and working! Thank you to those who’ve already made entries.

    I made my entry for last night at midnight. I drank a cup of Turkish coffee and had 3 bites of hazelnut chocolate, then sat down to write. I also had a little swim before I put my butt in the chair.

    I made a good start before fading fast. We had rehearsal from 4 pm to 10 pm and my eyelids were closing despite the high octane beverage. I’m going to get more words done today, but I’m liking what is happening so far. In the shower this morning…new ideas involving the theft of a dirigible and a trip beyond the Fog…stay tuned.

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