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)
NaNoWriMo 2020: Days 2-8
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 2020: Days -5-1
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! 😅
Gearing Up for NaNoWriMo 2020
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.
NaNoWriMo 2019: Days 25-30
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.
NaNoWriMo 2019: Days 18-24
I tried to do some catch-up this week. Let's see how close I got to catching up!
NaNoWriMo 2019: Days 11-17
I was completely swamped this week with school, so I didn't get that much work done.
NaNoWriMo 2019: Days 4-10
Week 2 was not as interesting as last week (aka the first 3 days) but I got a lot of writing done!
NaNoWriMo 2019: Days 1-3
It has arrived! The month that writers band together and attempt something crazy: To write 50,000 words.
Things I’ve Learned from NaNoWriMo: Sprinting
Traveling into the dark abyss called my archives, I found that I've written about this subject before. But at the time, I called it spurts. I also actually stopped doing it until NaNoWriMo. Yay me. Blog post on writing in sprints, take two.