INKSPILL: On NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month)

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I am still undecided on whether I am attempting NaNoWriMo 2014 or not yet, if I do it will be to work on short stories, several of them.

In 2013, when I started writing again, I discovered NaNo in early Spring and was gutted I had to wait until Autumn. I took part in both the Camp NaNoWriMo Spring and Summer – produced 50K on a non-fiction book which is writing in progress and currently somewhere beyond 90K words, I worked on a series of short stories for the summer camp, by the real event in November I was primed and ready and created half a novel that I haven’t touched it since.

What I did do successfully, was blog. Just in case you know nothing of this month of madness have a look HERE

Here are links to archive posts for any of you considering locking yourself in for November and writing until your head hurts!

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https://awritersfountain.wordpress.com/2013/10/31/nanowrimo-survival-tips/

 

https://awritersfountain.wordpress.com/2013/10/05/organizing-a-nanowrimo-novel-the-jim-butcher-way/

 

https://awritersfountain.wordpress.com/2013/04/12/you-can-eat-an-elephant-one-bite-at-a-time-tips-for-surviving-nanowrimo/

 

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www.usatoday.com/story/happyeverafter/2014/10/21/dana-volney-christmas-clash-nanowrimo/17456909/

 

This is just a sample – there are over 8 pages  of Nano posts on the blog, that’s over 100 posts easily! nano3

Search yourselves, scroll down to bottom of webpage – look in Categories – choose NaNoWriMo and have a splash about!

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