We’re in the home stretch for NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month), where participants attempt to write a 50,000 word novel in 30 days. If you’ve been on track, you should be really close to the end.
We’re almost one-third of the way into National Novel Writing Month, which means that the plot is thickening and the action is getting intense for your story and characters. How is it going so far? And what’s the wildest thing you’ve found out from this crazy process?
Today is November, which means that it’s the start of National Novel Writing Month (aka, NaNoWriMo). It’s a writing sprint that encourages people to get writing.
What happens when you ask the Internet to write an entire novel in a single month? It goes a little crazy. The Best of NaNoWriMo collects the funniest posts from the National Novel Writing Month forums, including oddball story pitches, pleas for esoteric advice, and little cheats to boost your word count.
It's almost the end of November, which means one thing: tens of thousands of you have just finished a novel. Congratulations! Now for the heart-breaking part — looking at the hundreds of pages of action and emotion that you wrote in a feverish daze, and figuring out how to revise it. Or whether you really even want to.
Have you been waiting to start that novel you've been developing in your head? Wait no longer! November is National Novel Writing Month, the time when people from all over the world try to bang out 50,000 words of prose in 30 days. And just because we're three days into the month, that doesn't mean it's too late to…
It's NaNoWriMo week two — and if you've been keeping up with your word count, then chances are you're already into the tricky middle of your novel. Here's the part where you're most likely to go way, way off track.
It's National Novel-Writing Month, when the world's coolest people plunge head-first into crafting a novel from scratch. But how can you tell if your brilliant novel idea is really just a short story that's gotten too big for its britches?