Some of the last words on NaNoWriMo13
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- NaNoWriMo 2013 Summary (writingbeckles.wordpress.com)
- 50,000 Words Later: Farewell, NaNoWriMo 2013 (getblissordietrying.wordpress.com)
- I’m a NaNoWriMo winner (n7net.me)
- 5 ways to survive the NaNoWriMo homestretch (platefulofsoul.com)
- Writers Wind Down NaNoWriMo (thekenyonthrill.com)
- The Thirtieth: NaBloPoMo and NaNoWriMo (inspirationandwriting.wordpress.com)
- NaNoWriMo Winner! (motsdecris.wordpress.com)
- NaNoWriMo, Don’t Stop Now (todaysauthor.wordpress.com)
- NaNoWriMo Chronicles: The End of Days (characterreputation.wordpress.com)
- The NaNoWriMo Wreckage (entropy.wordpress.com)
A few days ago on this blog, Cheri took a look at this year’s successful National Blog Posting Month (NaBloPoMo), the month-long event during which bloggers write a new post every day. The end of November also signaled the finish line of the the granddaddy of all writing challenges, National Novel Writing Month.
This year, 311,575 writers set out to produce a 50,000-word novel in the course of a month. A healthy chunk of those word-marathoners also keep a blog or an author’s site here on WordPress.com. In honor of their labor (and the insane amount of coffee they’ve consumed over the past 30 days), let’s take a look at some of their hard-earned wisdom from the fiction-writing trenches.
The thrill of sharing stories
NaNo projects come in all shades of the storytelling spectrum — from dark horror tales to uplifting narratives of redemption. The challenge brings together first-timers…
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