This just in from NaNoWriMo HQ: Project creation for November 2022 is up and running! Click here to create your NaNoWriMo 2022 project.
You can see my project for November in my list of NaNoWriMo projects. I'm linking to the entire project link rather than this year's project, just in case I change my mind on what I'm going to do this year. I don't want to break the link if I change the project title, since the project title is in the URL.
For now I'm still planning on working on the Ruby Ransome rewrite during NaNo this year. It makes the most sense, since 1) it's fiction, so it's more appropriate for NaNoWriMo, and 2) I would love to get that novel published next year, just for the appropriateness of publishing it exactly 100 years from when it takes place. I think it'll be a lot harder to stay motivated and "win" if I work on one of my other projects.
I did think about working on one of my other fiction projects (I have several that are in various stages of progress), but decided not to add them to my list because as much as I'd love to finish them, there's less of a time crunch on those. I have a couple of novels in progress, one that's part of a larger project that I was working on last year (but didn't get very far), as well as a shorter juvenile novel that's almost done.
Even though it's early, I encourage you to decide what you're going to write and create a project. Even if you might change your project later (like I might), it's good to get started thinking about it now. I've found that the NaNo projects I've been more successful with have been ones I've had plenty of time to plan. Last-minute projects are much less likely to succeed, at least in my own experience.
What are you planning to write for NaNoWriMo?