By: Kathie Scrimgeour
It’s that time of year when writers around the world go a little crazy by attempting to write a 50,000 word novel in a single month. Will you be one of them this year?
In the past, Writing from the Peak has posted a number of articles to help you through this month and the list below will hook you up with some of my favorites. First, and most importantly, hop over to the official NaNoWriMo website where you will find a plethora of information on everything NaNoWriMo.
Links to get you through the month
- You’re Doing WHAT in November? by: Margena Holmes
- NaNoWriMo vs YOU, by: Jennifer Lovett
- NaNoWriMo, Is it Cheating? by: Catherine Dilts
- Keeping Your Health for a Marathon Month of Writing, by:Deb Buckingham
- The Five Insurmountable Problems with NanowriMo, by: DeAnna Knippling
- Stealing Screenwriting Ideas to Blast Through NaNoWrimo, by: Tamilla K. Wright.
- Getting Into NaNoWriMo, by: Jason Henry Evans
- You finished NaNoWriMo – Now What? by: Margena Holmes
Hopefully, by now, you are ready to write starting on Sunday, November 1, 2020. As for me? This year will be dedicated to editing, but I’ll be cheering all of you crazy writers to reach whatever goal you have set for yourself.
Best of luck to all of you!!
Managing Editor, Kathie “KJ” Scrim, is a graduate of the University of Colorado at Boulder. Her inspiration for blogging, flash fiction, short stories, and the long haul of novel writing comes from her many life experiences. When she’s not writing you can find her somewhere in Colorado walking, hiking, or rock climbing at the local gym. You will find her on her website, Facebook, and Twitter: @kjscrim.