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and also, maybe, why you shouldn’t… We’re almost halfway through November—how exactly did that happen?! And if you’re participating in NaNoWriMo you might be wondering why on earth you’…
Writers, follow these tips to organize your stories today! #writingtips #organization #BoundtoWriting
On the fence about Scrivener? Check out my list of the Pros and Cons for this writing program. #prosandcons #Scrivener #writingcommunity #BoundtoWriting
Learn to develop your characters and settings with the Thesaurus collection by Angela Ackerman and Becca Puglisi. #writingbook #bookreview #seriesreview #writingcommunity #characterdevelopment #BoundtoWriting
NaNoWriMo is Over--What do you do now?! Read this post to learn what to do after NaNoWriMo, plus get a Post-NaNoWriMo Survival Kit! It's full of self-editing tips, publishing tips, and more. #writing #writingtips #writingadvice #nanowrimo #writingtip
Learn to use Scrivener, the writing program made by writers for writers. It's a learning curve worth learning. #Scrivener #writingcommunity #Scrivenertutorial #BoundtoWriting
NaNoWriMo is just the start. If you want to keep your momentum going, you’ll need a plan for what comes next, which raises the question: what should you do with your novel after NaNoWriMo? #nanowrimo #novelwriting
Few writers struggle to explain their novels out loud. Not only do most of us speak faster than we type, but we don’t have to think as hard about what we’re saying—it just comes naturally. All of this raises a question: for a challenge like NaNoWriMo, wouldn’t it be better to dictate your story? #dictation #nanowrimo
During a writing challenge like NaNoWriMo, the struggle to find your inspiration can be extra stressful. Fortunately, you don’t need to feel overwhelmed. There are ways to jumpstart your inspiration, no matter how impossible it may seem. In fact, there are two methods that, when used together, can help keep your ideas fresh and your mind creative! #novelwriting #nanowrimo
Develop your characters to a whole new level. With these resources, you're characters will be as human (or inhuman) as the rest of the world. #characterdevelopment #writingcommunity #BoundtoWriting
From keeping track of your word count to avoiding distractions, to even just writing your draft itself, National Novel Writing Month requires a lot of focus and preparation from its participants. Fortunately, there are plenty of great tools out there that can help—and maybe even improve your writing process overall. Here are my top fourteen tools to help you thrive during this year’s NaNoWriMo! #novelwriting #nanowrimo
Reasons why NaNoWriMo is worth the craze of an entire month of writing. The only way to get better at writing is to keep on writing. #writing #writer #writingcommunity #novel #book
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Are You NaNoWriMo Ready? If you're going for it this year, here are a few productivity tips to keep you moving through every leg of the race. nanowrimo, writing tips, write a book, productivity, creative writing, writing inspiration
The challenges you face early in NaNoWriMo will be different than those you face by the end. So, here’s my game plan for writing your novel in thirty days! #novelwriting #nanowrimo
NaNoWriMo Survival Kit for Beginners. Camp NaNoWriMo. Writing Tools. Bullet Journals. Pens. Helpful How-To Books.
50,000 words on a new work of fiction in the month of November. NaNoWriMo Affectionately known as NaNo. For people who do not write for recreation, the idea of tackling a novel in a month is as for...
Are you ready for NaNoWriMo? As November comes around, you need to have a last-minute checklist of what it takes to crush it. Here's your NaNoWriMo checklist. #writing #nanowrimo #writingcommunity #writingchallenge #writer #writers #amwriting
Tackle these NaNoWriMo truths head on and hit your 50k word count goal. #NaNoWriMo #writingresource #50kwords
How can you turn a bad writing day around? Writer's block, lack of writing motivation or hit a cross-roads in your story? We look at how you can transform a bad writing day in no time.
Writing a novel takes a lot of time and effort. But, we found the easy way to nail down your first successful novel and write it in a month!
There are many different ways to take on the NaNoWriMo challenge without starting a whole new novel.
Outlining a novel depends on whether you are a pantser or a plotter. In this video, I share two simple and effective strategies, namely the Headlights Method and the Snowflake Method to outline for NaNoWriMo.
Book marketing Q and A: What is NaNoWriMo and how do I participate? Find the answer in our weekly blog for authors! #nanowrimo #amwriting