Here I am on Week 3, and I have fallen behind -- it's always my goal to attempt to keep up with my regular writing commitments (journaling, blogging, reviews) while I'm doing NaNoWriMo, but if I have to choose, I choose my novel. November only comes once a year, after all.
This has been a rough week -- I've been swamped with freelance work and stealing 45 minutes a day to novel anyway. That's why my usual Monday blog post is appearing on ...…Continue
Last week, I wrote a post with tips for clearing more time for novel writing. This post is the counterbalance to that one — these are the things I recommend you DO continue to make time for, even in the midst of your novel-writing frenzy. You’ll be glad for the investment once the madness is over in December.…Continue
Well, I am up to my eyeballs in NaNoWriMo and it's only day 3. After a productive write-in on Saturday, a somewhat grueling coffee-shop stint on Sunday, and an early morning of writing the bare minimum today, I gave my "So, You Want to Write a Novel (in a month)?" presentation for the second time tonight. A couple weeks ago I shared some tips for …Continue
NaNoWriMo begins in a week and a half, which means your time for any pre-NaNo prepping is drawing short. Although NaNo rules require that you not write a single word of your novel before November 1 (and I'm no cheater!) there are several things you can do right now to help you hit the ground running.