It is NaNoWriMo time again. https://nanowrimo.org/ What am I doing? Nohting. Nadda. I’ve been writing free for a couple months now. Maybe one day the words will come back. Right now I’ll just be playing my guitar. So good luck to all who take up the challenge. Just remember writing a novel is only the first part.
It’s almost that time of year. Pumpkin spiced everything and National Novel Writing Month. Here are some good tips from the Creative Pen. https://www.thecreativepenn.com/2017/10/11/nanowrimo-7-writing-productivity-tips/
Scrivener, the novel writing software has a special offer for those participating in National Novel Writing Month. An extra long trial version of their software. So if you are tackling NANOWRIMO next month or even was interested in trying out Scrivener head over to: http://www.literatureandlatte.com/nanowrimo.php and give it a try.
Next month will bring us back to National Novel Writing Month. In preparation of it Nathan Bransford posted this great resource. I suggest giving it a look before you chain your leg to your computer desk.
Once again the cries of, “trick or treat,” have died down and the shelves of candy and costumes in the stores is being replaced by Christmas paper. That can only mean one thing. It’s National Novel Writing Month. Head over to Writers Write to download their handy calendar to keep track of your progress. http://writerswrite.co.za/nanowrimo-calendar-organise-and-conquer
Myself, I am not participating as I have already started my latest novel and have three others working thier way through editing. I salute those who take up the challenge and admire those who complete it. Qa-plah’