NaNoWriMo

November 1st – All My Best NaNoWriMo Articles to Get You Started

Happy November first, writers! What a big, big day for us all!

Because I got a new laptop and didn’t have access to the blog for a while, I wasn’t able to release as many NaNo posts this year as last. But really, I don’t think I could ever trump the whopping five NaNo-related articles in 2016, and never mind all the non-NaNo posts I released at the same time. I sure did have a lot of time on my hands, didn’t I?

Anyway, to make up for our lack of posts this year, I decided to round up alllll my NaNo articles from 2015, 2016, and 2017: a total of – drumroll – eight posts!

It’s more than it sounds, I promise.

But before we go into that, however, let’s do a super quick status update on The Girl Who Frosts the CakesI made some little updates on Facebook this week, but I still think I need to elaborate on here every once in a while. 😉

The biggest news right now is that I finished making notes for my third draft on the 29th of October; I wrote on Facebook, Phew! I finished my third draft notes before November. I think this is the first time I’ve met a writing deadline since LAST November… Little victories!

That’s about all I have to say for now. I’m hesitant to estimate a release date right now, seeing as all my past guesses have been way off. I have a few dates in mind, but I’ll keep those to myself for now. Keep coming back for more updates, and soon I’ll post some excerpts!

EVERY “WRITING LIKE A BOSS” NANOWRIMO ARTICLE

Now back to the initial point of the post, yes?

2015

How to OWN NaNoWriMo ( like a boss, obviously )

2016

NaNoWriMo Prep – How I Plan my Novels & Why it Works

How to OWN NaNoWriMo (like a boss, obviously) – 2016 EDITION

You’re a NaNo Winner, And Here’s Why

10 Writing Quotes to Get You Through NaNo

There’s No Shame In Quitting (NaNoWriMo), And Here’s Why

2017

NaNoWriMo Prep – How I Plan My Novels & Why it Works (2017 edition)

How to OWN NaNoWriMo Like a Boss (2017 EDITION)

Happy NaNoWriMo, and good luck, Wrimos! Have a very merry November, and I’ll see you writers in the next post (hopefully soon).

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