You don’t have to be working at writing fiction for long before you get to hear about NaNoWriMo. The National Novel Writing Month is simply a personal challenge that you can make as public as you like, to write and complete a novel manuscript in the month of November.
If the whole idea of writing a novel in a month makes you shudder or your jaw to drop, then you might not be ready for the challenge. But if you’re even a little bit curious, you might find that NaNoWriMo is the perfect way to teach you exactly how prolific you can be when you put your mind to it.
And there’s no pushing that knowledge back into the can, afterwards. If you get 50K written on one book, or even finish your book, in November, then you can never again tell yourself that you’re a slow writer.
Which is very freeing. It means you can learn how to write at a prolific pace that actually produces good quality work (instead of the white-knuckled, barely coherent manuscripts that are often produced via NaNoWriMo)–a pace that is much faster than you previously thought possible.
Gail Hulnick provides 100 tips, tricks, and hacks to help you pull off this feat.
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