Writing isn't always easy. Okay, it's almost never easy. These 9 resources can help you overcome the challenges of the writing process and achieve your literary goals.
November is just around the corner and that can mean only one thing—authors worldwide are sharpening their pencils in preparation for NaNoWriMo. Not in the know about NaNoWriMo? This funny little acronym stands for National Novel Writing Month, which is the ambitious—albeit fun—goal of writing an entire novel in one month.
You need to wait long enough so you are able to critically approach your NaNoWriMo novel and make the tough decisions that are required to perform effective manuscript editing. Some writers don’t like the process of revision, but successful writers know the first draft is really just about telling a story; the second draft is about writing a novel.
National Novel Writing Month has arrived, which means it’s time for you to begin writing your 50,000 word novel. Scribendi.com wants you to succeed and, in order to help you, we have a few suggestions.
While it may be true that a journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step, it is also true that the most difficult step of the journey is the final one. Participating in NaNoWriMo is a marathon of writing, and finishing depends solely on you. That being said, Scribendi.com wants to suggest some techniques that will help you cross the finish line.
Script Frenzy is an event, an organization, a community, and most of all, a personal goal. If you’ve ever wanted to see your story on the stage, TV, silver screen, or even in the pages of a graphic novel or comic, now’s the time. Join the frenzy!
Intense projects such as NaNoWriMo are not for everyone. Improve your writing without the stress by taking the 30-Day Writing Challenge instead.
Do you plan to take up the challenge? Use our NaNoWriMo survival guide to get through the month!
The task of writing a 50,000 word novel in one month may seem daunting, but that is the goal of National Novel Writing Month. This podcast will give you some useful tips to help you finish the last 5,000 words of your novel.
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