Are you one of those crazy people who attempts National Novel Writing Month each year? Or are you thinking about trying it for the first time this year? Well, this is the place for you!
In November we post helpful tips and suggestions, as well as provide a place for you to get support and encouragement from other WriMos on Tumblr. We want to help make sure that your writing month goes as smoothly as possible!
The rest of the year we will do our best to inspire you with quotes and activities to keep you writing! We will also be featuring Camp NaNo in the summer and another month-long challege called ScriptFrenzy in the spring. As well as teaching you some prep tips in the fall for the next NaNoWriMo.
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I was one of the probable many who did not finish their NaNo (again) this year. lol. So those of you who are not in the editing stage don’t feel bad! It happens!
It’s been maybe 2 weeks since I stopped and I’m just starting to get back into wanting to write again after being so frustrated with my NaNo story. But surprisingly it’s a different project altogether that I’m finding myself thinking about.
I am curious though, how many of you that didn’t finish are still writing? Are you planning on finishing your unfinished novel? Have you started any new projects? Are you tired of writing altogether by now?
I hope that not finishing doesn’t discourage anyone! And I hope that most of you will continue writing (about anything) throughout the year and won’t just wait until November to try agin!
Even though I often do this myself and just use NaNo as an excuse to take time out of my busy schedule to write, I do think one of the best practices for NaNo is writing often. If you can hone your skills in the off-season it will be much less challenging for you to jump into it and bang out 50k next year. :)