Yeah, how convenient. Jenna with tips for NaNoWriMo. And not participating just because she is editing her book that’s been optioned as a film. oooo muahahahaha Okay. The woman knows of what she speaks. Check. It. Out.
Lately, a lot of people have been asking me if I’m participating in NaNoWriMo this year. The answer, unfortunately, is no. Since I’m in the middle of editing my current WIP, I don’t have the time to join in. However, I wanted to offer up some advice to those of you who have accepted the daunting task of writing 50K words in one month.
Jen’s Top 10 NaNoWriMo Tips
1. Decide why you are participating
“I signed up just because.”
No, no, no! Don’t say this when people ask you why you’re doing NaNoWriMo. Give yourself a valid, reliable, motivating reason to participate:
“I’ve been slacking lately and need a kick in the butt.”
“I have a great idea for a novel.”
“People say NaNo’s impossible. I’m gonna prove them wrong!”
Whatever your personal motive, make sure you have one. Don’t sign up for NaNoWriMo just to sign up. If you do, I can almost guarantee…
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