Welcome to November, aka National Novel Writing Month (aka NaNoWriMo)!
From November 1-30, writers from around the world commit to writing a 50,000 word novel in 30 days.
Just think...in just 30 days you could be calling yourself a novelist.
In 2019 there were 798,162 active novelists signed up and 367,913 novels completed.
What’s your excuse?
For those of you brave enough, motivated enough and crazy enough to step up to the challenge, here are some resources that might help:
by Jenny Hansen
Jenny Hansen is an avid seeker of "more"...More words, more creativity, More Cowbell! An extrovert who's terribly fond of silliness. Founding blogger at Writers In The Storm. Write on!
by Jami Gold
After her hostile takeover of LexCorp—er, after a decade of writing boring technical manuals and project plans, Jami Gold decided to become a novelist. That way she could put her talent for making up stuff to good use, including winning the 2015 National Readers’ Choice Award in Paranormal Romance.
by Kristen Lamb
Kristen Lamb is the creator of the perennial branding and social media guide book, Rise of the Machines–Human Authors in a Digital World. Additionally, she was the author of the #1 best-selling books We Are Not Alone–The Writer’s Guide to Social Media and Are You There, Blog? It’s Me, Writer.
A selection of NaNoWriMo comics, musicals and songs (just for fun)
by Debbie Ridpath Ohi
Debbie Ridpath Ohi is the author-illustrator of Where Are My Books? and Sam & Eva (Simon & Schuster). Her illustrations also appear in books by Judy Blume, Michael Ian Black, Rob Sanders and Lauren McLaughlin, among others. For more info, see DebbieOhi.com.
by Jacqui Pretty
After years of copywriting and nonfiction editing (as Founder of Grammar Factory!), Jacqui's writing fiction for the first time (eek!). So, stay tuned for videos on plotting and pantsing, finding book ideas, writing vlogs and more at https://www.youtube.com/user/jacquipretty/!
Sign up at http://nanowrimo.org