Knowing NaNoWriMo was six weeks away, I stockpiled mental notes, developing character profiles, plots, conflict. If I can do it, so can you! Great advice on promoting yourself and your writing, as well as craft-based writing tips. Tap into a network. I finished the book in 18 days at 70, words—not a heavyweight, but a good size for my genre.
The shameless self-promotion was annoying, but was consistent with his recommen This book was a quick read. I love the idea of banding together with others poised for the same goal.
But I found them. There are pep talks. Just consider it a checklist. Claim every spare minute. That novel has since been revised numerous times and is currently being read by four literary agents at top agencies considering it for representation. My co-author Erin McRae and I wrote our first novel a 70,word gay romance in a month.
You will also be more burnt out by the end of the month, meaning that both the quality and quantity of your writing may suffer.
Fill the sandbox, then make castles. I believe this tactic is garbage and merely serves to confuse the customers. Scott certainly lays the process out in a manner that anyone can understand and makes it easy to follow. I wanted to try to write the book in 30 days.
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Next time your fingers meet the keyboard, you already know where the story is headed. Himani Shah, Scottsdale, Ariz. What do you need to do to pursue your dream? Lure your muse out with some chocolate and pinot noir, grab a hold of her, and tie her to your desk until you are done.
I spend my early mornings now writing my synopsis and elevator pitch, and researching agents to try to get Men of Sorrows published. But it was disorganized, overly ambitious, repetitive and, for some reason, full of foul language.
And it may take longer than a month. I did finish that year, and went on to finish every year since. One of those is, "how many chapters should I aim for?
Tricia Pimental, Zambujal, Portugal Michael James Ploof, Brushton, N. In Septemberthe idea for a novel fell onto my lap. And now for something entirely different. When you take the responsibility of creating the story out of the equation, it becomes quite easy. Some mornings I managed at least the average number of words I needed to hit 50, What you need right now is the story and nothing but the story, no matter how outlandish or unorganized.
I have a NaNoWriMo poster hanging in the stairwell of my house.
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