My gift to all writers out there with a yearning to write that novel. Full of advice from someone who has tried, failed and succeeded at NaNo for a number of years.

Grab it here: NaNoWriMoReady

NaNoWriMo tips for writers

Write a novel in one month?

Crazy? Yes.

Doable? Also, yes.

We live in a world full of acronyms. Some sound mysterious and interesting and turn out to be accounting shorthand. Others – like NaNo – are simple and elegant. Yet hidden behind those four letters is a world of mystery, imagination, and creative frenzy. Once you know what Nano stands for, your life will never be the same again. Every November, the whisper will rise, NaNo – NaNo – is coming. Will you answer the call?

NaNoWriMo – National Novel Writing Month. 1,667 words every day is 50,000 words by day 30.

Should you do it? Can you do it? You won’t know until you try.

This booklet covers the practical aspects of writing life that will increase your chances of successfully finishing those 50,000 words by day 30. Learn about NaNo and see if it is for you. How to prepare tips – from housework to worldbuilding. Managing the words and stages through the month. NaNo for published authors.

So…

Are you a writer of novels, or do you just like to talk about the novel you could write?

NaNo will give you the answer.

Book trailer pretty to watch!

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