My NaNo 2019 went a little different than I thought it would, but thanks to Susan Dennard’s Magical Cookies, I found myself loving my work every step of the way.
If you’re looking for Facebook groups, Twitter #s, podcasts and more that are dedicated to writers, I’ve started compiling a list here for your reference.
So much can happen in a year! But, how much do we stop and take note of before we move into the next year? Well, here I’m sharing my top lessons from 2019 and I’d love to hear about yours as well.
Falling behind for you NaNoWriMo word count? Here are three ways that I catch up when I put myself behind schedule ever year
NaNoWriMo is a crazy and hectic month for anyone trying to reach that 50k. But how do you make sure that the pursuit of that finish line doesn’t end up burning you out along the way? Check out some of these tips on pacing yourself this November.
NaNoWriMo is about to kick off for this year. Come see what I’ll be up to and ways to make every word count!
I was looking at the new NaNoWriMo website that they are trying to launch and I ran across my old NaNo projects. The first year that I participated was way back in 2011! That's almost 8 years ago! And you know what else I saw? The novel that I had tried to write (and failed… Continue reading Time to marinate
November has finally come and gone, and with it, another NaNoWriMo season. Writing 50k words in one month seems daunting enough, but adding in my Master’s thesis project and life in general, it was pretty rough. In the end, though, I accomplished everything that I set out to accomplish in November, including winning NaNoWriMo and… Continue reading NaNoWriMo 2018
NaNo is hard! I’ve participated a few times over the course of the past few years and the first year I failed and gave up after only 10,000 or so words. This year, though I’m on a streak of two years of winning, so I’m hoping to keep it going. Today I’ve officially launched my… Continue reading NaNoWriMo is hard!