Nano is done for another year but now comes the question, what do I do with my novel? Here are some thoughts on the publication of your newly minted masterwork.
First drafts are notoriously messy things. That’s really okay but let’s look a little closer at some things about it that are okay, and one thing that is not.
Gaining and practicing skills that will serve you in the long term provides you with an invaluable leg up on the rest of your writing career. Here are seven that fit the bill.
NaNoWriMo survival tips from those who have been there before.
Backstory is one of those things that you really have to be careful with. You are in love with your characters and want your readers to love them just as much, But, how much is too much—or—too little?
NaNoWriMo can be a grueling time for many. Here are some tips for not only surviving but thriving the month from Quills & Inkblotts’ Lani Forbes.
At this stage of NaNoWriMo, depression may be setting in for some of you. Here are some thoughts from Joanna Penn who has dealt with it that may help you cope with it.
Music is often seen as the lifeblood of some authors writing process. Here are some tips on how best to locate and utilize it in your writing this month.
Taking care of your self during NaNoWriMo is a key ingredient to winning. Here are seven tips on doing just that by Kee Chan.