After that crazy month of writing, it's time to celebrate! Whether you only wrote 50 words or you hit that elusive 50,000, it's time to bask in your own amazingness and celebrate what you wrote! 🥳 Today, I'm sharing information about my own National Novel Writing Month novel! 😃 I don't usually talk that much about my own novels anymore on the blog (buuuuuut you can find more info on them by subscribing to my email list 😉) so today is a very special day! *rubs hands together gleefully*
We've officially reached the final week of NaNoWriMo. For once in my life, I'm actually... kind of on track to reaching my word count goal? 🤔 But let's see what happens this week.
Things are starting to get a little more tense as some of us begin to fall behind in our word count, and, despite starting NaNoWriMo early, I'm no exception. (As usual 😂)
We're settling into the hectic schedule of NaNoWriMo by now, and I'm ready to crush some words this week! (Especially after Days 7 and 8)
After that strange post from last week, I think we're all ready for a little bit of normality in what is going to already be a crazy, weird, and strange month. 😂 Let's jump back into the normal time stream, shall we? 😜
NaNoWriMo dawns! As you know if you saw my last post, I talked about National Novel Writing Month, what you should know while gearing up for it, and preparing for this month of crazy. I include an explanation of what NaNoWriMo even is, as well, so if you're confused, make sure to check that out! The way November falls this year, November 1 is on a Sunday - giving me only one day to talk about in this post. Also, the last day of November lands on a Monday, so we'll have to see if I hit 50k or not before I can post! 😅
This is my last post before the crazy of National Novel Writing Month - aka NaNoWriMo - hits us. I decided that, as everyone else posts their tips for the upcoming month of writing (translation: stock up on chocolate) I would chime in with some quick tips on things writers should remember going into November.
The last week of NaNoWriMo dawns. I need 15,860 words. That means about 2,644 words every day for 6 days. Let's do this.
I tried to do some catch-up this week. Let's see how close I got to catching up!
I was completely swamped this week with school, so I didn't get that much work done.