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  • ..."Yuletide's Christmas Story". A Project. Completed the 5...nd trying to reach now Editing. NaNoWriMo now has a New Website where y...Words are just that Words. This NaNoWriMo November 2019 was the Best of us will Finish before Camp NaNoWriMo in April and July 2020 get's...
  • Started by Lidy Wilks
    It's week 3 of NaNoWriMo 2019! And today's post is an update of how I'm faring so far. What had me stumped. And what has me worried about my progress for the rest of November. Who else is doing NaNoWriMo? How's your progress so far?
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  • Started by Lidy Wilks
    Today's the 11th IWSG bloghop post of the year. And I've come to a revealing eye opener that helped me prep and write my novel for NaNoWriMo 2019. Come stop over on my blog to find out more.
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  • Colleen Green posted a status hotel in Ukraine. I'm now 19 chapters in and working to get to the end of a draft by February or March (after making a lot of progress during Nanowrimo). Grateful for a platform lik...
  • Rose O'Connor posted a message for Renee Lehnen
    Hi Renee! I've been a member of She Writes for a while but am new to actually using it! So happy to see you joined NANOWRIMO!
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    Hello Yvonne! Happy NANOWRIMO!


  • Very encouraging post, Juanita. What are your primary projects for 2019? I have a kids novella to finish and a YA fantasy, both worked on during NaNoWriMo 2018. Also have letters to write....and my husband gave me an online essay-writing course to work through. Also writing poetry. ~:0)
  • Mae, for me this is the number-one benefit of NaNoWriMo: a daily exercise in powering through the paralysis of perfectionism. It gets easier and easier to put down the words imperfect...
  • In 2016, for NaNoWriMo, I wrote my memories. Long, good grist for the mill of memoir, but really more of an autobiography. I'm working on distilling it into scenes, takeaways...