Hey everyone!! We are getting really close to November (yikes!!!) and I think I got my NaNoWriMo novel kind of planned out (maybe??) so I thought I'd share my outlining process with you guys. First thing's first, what is NaNoWriMo? NaNoWriMo stands for National Novel Writing Month. It is an event, occurring annually every November,… Continue reading How I Outlined My NaNo Novel
Hello everyone! We are continuing with the Preptober theme on Writers' Corner! Today our guest writer is Sean Fesko who will give us tips and hints on how to outline your NaNoWriMo novel. Sean writes short stories, novels, and even non-fiction. His latest short story, Let's Be Legends, was published in February 2019. With National… Continue reading 3 Ways to Outline Your NaNo Novel by Sean Fesko
Hello everyone! Who is doing NaNoWriMo this year??!!! [raises hand reluctantly] I am raising my hand reluctantly because I love NaNo, and I really really want to give it a shot this year, but to be honest I am not really sure how it's going to go because November is going to be a really… Continue reading The NaNoWriMo 20 Questions Tag!
Hello everyone! Happy October! You all know what this means! For writers out there who are interested in participating in NaNoWriMo, this is the month when we start to plan our novels (of course this also depends on whether or not you like to plan, or if you like to just wing it!) You might… Continue reading To NaNo or Not to NaNo by Goldie
Hey everyone! It's the end of another month! Is it me or is time flying by super quickly?! Does it seem like just yesterday when we celebrated the New Year?! April was a hectic month for me, work and life-wise. Looking back, I got a lot done..... and I had no idea how I made… Continue reading April Wrap-Up & May Goals!!
Hello everyone! How is it going? I am very barely alive... BUT (and it's a very big but!!!) I WON NANOWRIMO!!!!!! Hahaha yes! November was a crazy hectic month, in terms of writing, work, and life. (Unfortunately life doesn't pause just because of a little huge writing challenge, right!?) In addition to starting my WIP Never… Continue reading NaNoWriMo 2018 Debrief // What helped & what didn’t
By D.A. Smith You’re reading this because you just spent 30 days working on a 50,000-word novel for NaNoWriMo, and time is up. Congratulations! You wrote an average of 1,667 words per day, in November. This was no small feat. Especially, if you have a full-time gig or a family to tend to. Now, that… Continue reading GUEST POST: NaNoWriMo – What Happens Now?