We are looking at the ribbon of the finish line for National Novel Writing Month 2020, but we’re still a day away from finishing. Whether you’ve hit your 50,000 words or not, let’s take a look at where you’re story’s standing. If you haven’t hit the 50,000 words, don’t worry […]Read More
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All right, guys. National Novel Writing Month 2020 is coming to a close, but it’s not over yet. You may be struggling to get to the finish line, and the could be a sentiment true for any time during the manuscript writing process. Sometimes it can be easy to get […]Read More
The end of National Novel Writing Month 2020 is in sight. Some people are done. Some people have barely started. But whether you’re in NaNo or not, let’s talk about the plot of your story for a moment. At the beginning of this NaNo adventure, we went through our favorite […]Read More
What’s up all you beautiful writers out there? I hope this video is finding you well. Whether you are well into National Novel Writing Month 2020 or not, maybe you need a little extra boost for your writing session today. Maybe you’ve felt either a great connect or a disconnect […]Read More
Are we done with National Novel Writing Month 2020 yet? No, but we are only a day away from the halfway point! Whether you’re ready to pull your hair out like I am because you’re in NaNo or because you’re just braving the venture that is writing a book, today’s […]Read More
Hopefully, by this point in your National Novel Writing Month 2020 adventure, you’ve written at least one scene of your book that you enjoy. Same statement if you’re writing a book at all. Authors have a tendency to become their worst critics, especially during first draft stages. We know the […]Read More
Whether you are kicking off National Novel Writing Month 2020 week two or just somewhere on your writing path and struggling to connect with your plot, I’ve got the prompt for you today. Today’s plot prompt is so simple it’s almost stupid: Describe your favorite plot arc. Here’s the thing: […]Read More