Determining the heart of your story can be the key to really winning Nanowrimo. It’s more than just writing the 50,000 words.
Can you outline your story’s theme? If you start by asking yourself these three questions, you will be able to find the heart of your story every time.
Source: 3 Steps to Find the Heart of Your Story (How to Outline for NaNoWriMo, Pt. 3) – Helping Writers Become Authors
This may contain some help for if/when you get stuck.
It’s hard to believe but NaNoWriMo is almost here. Becca and I won’t be participating officially, but our November definitely includes putting miles on our Emotional Wound Thesaurus book. I thought I’d pass on a few hacks I’ve learned that … Continue reading →
Source: 5 NaNoWriMo Hacks To Keep Words Flowing – WRITERS HELPING WRITERS®
When you decide to become a writer, you need to develop a writing process. Here are some ways to devise a successful one.
Need a road map for the writing process? Ace your journey to publication with this handy overview of the important road stops for plotting and editing.
Source: 7 Things You Need to Know About Plotting and Editing – Helping Writers Become Authors