Tag Archives: NaNoWriMo

Insomniacs Anonymous 10-22-18

NaNoWriMo is right around the corner. Are you planning to participate this year? If so, how are you prepping for the intensive upcoming month? If this isn’t your first time trying to write a novel in November, what tips would you share for those newbies attempting it for the first time?

Insomniacs Anonymous 12-1-17

You’re awake. Instead of writing the Great American Novel—or even a mediocre one—you’re reading our blog. Okay, then. We offer a topic; you respond. Let your fellow writers inspire you, and return to that manuscript refreshed.

For those of you who participated in NaNoWriMo, share your experience with us. How did you do? What did you learn and what will you do differently next year?

For those of you who were energized by NaNoWriMo or for those of you who didn’t get to participate this year, join us for WriteByMidnight coming in February.

I Need Caffeine!

Stacey Kite

Tea, tea, where the *#*%* did I leave my stupid tea?

It’s NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month), and I need caffeine!

That’s my new, morning (and by morning, I mean 4:00 am) mantra.

You see, last Wednesday, November 1 (that’s important), I was complaining to a writing friend (Megan) that my biggest writing issue is that I’m a slow writer, and by slow, I mean geologic, not sloth-like. Continue reading

Insomniacs Anonymous 11-3-17

You’re awake. Instead of writing the Great American Novel—or even a mediocre one—you’re reading our blog. Okay, then. We offer a topic; you respond. Let your fellow writers inspire you, and return to that manuscript refreshed.

Are you participating in NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month) this year? Why or why not?

Practical Prompt 11-1-17

You finally have a moment to write, but what to do with your limited time? Here’s a practical prompt to kickstart the story you’re working on right now. The clock is ticking, people. Start writing.

Today is November 1, the first day of National Novel Writing Month.  The goal of NaNoWriMo is to write a novel in a month, but really it’s  to learn how to write faster and train yourself to be a more productive writer.  Give it a try: https://nanowrimo.org/