NaNoWriMo Tips

Great tips! As an aspiring writer, I always enjoy getting “the scoop” from someone who’s been there and done that. Thanks, Cristian!

Cristian Mihai

November is the month when a lot of people try their hand at writing a novel. The task of writing fifty thousand words might seem easy at first, but you’ll (undoubtedly) get stuck somehow. A part that’s missing, a part that doesn’t work, or maybe the words don’t want to flow anymore. It’s easy to lose motivation, and when you get behind with your word count, you might even start to panic.

So here are some (useful, I hope) tips for successful NaNoWriMoing.

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About loverofwords20

Allison is an aspiring author, and a lover of words, music, and the Lord Jesus Christ. She is also abysmal at these “about you” things, being unable to think of quirky characteristics at the drop of a hat. However, she enjoys singing randomly and loudly, and laughing hysterically while being caught in the rain.
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2 Responses to NaNoWriMo Tips

  1. apeslugger says:

    Hmm. Where’s your like button?

    • Ha! I wondered that myself. Reblogging must cancel all of those options out. If you still feel so led however, I think you can just like it from the very top of the blog. Thanks! 😉

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