Recently I’ve had a lot of people asking me questions about National Novel Writing Month. While most of the information about this month can be obtained via the official website, I’m writing this post to give you some tips and pointers based on personal experience.
First of all, participate in word sprints. Most of these can be found on Twitter. Word sprints are timed writing sessions, usually of fifteen minutes or more. You group up with a bunch of people and compete to get the highest word count. While I don’t like to participate in word sprints all the time, they’re great for pushing yourself to finish word count.
Next, when you’re writing, describe everything in as much detail as possible. This is not only a good writing strategy, but it also will help you jack up your word count. And that’s what NaNoWriMo is all about (kidding). You…
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