National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) is almost here! Today I’m sharing a post from author Jean M. Cogdell on whether or not it is possible to complete a novel in one month.
I’m not a particularly fast writer, and I have a very demanding schedule, so the thought of writing 50,000 words in just one month is very daunting to me. So far I’ve only been successful with Camp NaNoWriMo where you can set smaller goals, and even adjust them as you go along. Yet I know people do this every year, and I’m going to give it a try–with some helpful tips from Bridget at Now Novel! If you’re planning to join me in November, be sure to check these out.
If I succeed next month, I will have the next book in my Wind Rider Chronicles series nearly complete. I know my readers are eagerly waiting! But even if I don’t succeed, I’ll have more words written than I would have if I’d never participated, right? So really, I can’t lose.
Is it possible to complete a novel in one month?
If you’ve managed this amazing feat, I’m impressed.
But not me, I break out in a sweat just thinking about writing a novel from beginning to end in thirty days.
Emails are pouring in for NaNoWriMo. Have you signed up?
Well, it’s that time of year, and the deadline is fast approaching. Almost time to start your engines, I mean computers. (Continue reading…)
(Original Source: Shared from Chris the Story Reading Ape’s blog.)
Infographic courtesy of Bridget at Now Novel–click to read the full article.