November is on final approach and it’s almost time to attack that 50,000 word goal! If you haven’t registered your novel for NaNoWriMo, you still have time. Just head over to nanowrimo.org and get started.
My writing career unofficially began with a NaNoWriMo in 2010. That was the year I wrote my first novel-length work and learned that I actually have the patience and willpower to write 70,000 words. To that end, I like to show my continuing support for the program (NaNoWriMo.org is a 5011(c)(3) non-profit that funds several programs for writers.) Not only do I have a novel registered for this year, but I’ve compiled a NaNoWriMo strategy guide that’s now for sale on Amazon.com and Smashwords.
Proceeds from sales of this book will be donated to the NaNoWriMo organization, so you’re not only getting helpful tips and prompts when you buy it . . . you’re helping to grow the program for years to come!
Click here to buy it on Amazon.com or read it FREE with Kindle Unlimited!
Remember, you want to go into November with most of your grunt work out of the way. Be sure to use the next week or so for outlining, researching and assembling your story bible.
* Proceeds will be donated after the associated royalty payment cycle completes.