Only an an unstoppable killing writing machine will find success from NaNoWriMo.
You need to obsess.
You need laser focus.
But most of all, you need a secret weapon…
This post will replace your normal, boring human feet and replace them with a set of iron clompers.
With these, you will stomp all over NaNoWriMo like it’s made of bubblewrap and empty eggshells:
Continue reading The 5 Keys to Succeed (and Stomp All Over) NaNoWriMo
The most Novembery of all months is bearing down on us, and soon everyone around the world will be getting to work on novels they’ve been putting off for far too long. Authors will be completing first drafts of novels in November, because who wants to go outside in **the weather**?
Wait. Novel first drafts in a month? How is that possible? That’s like, 5000 words a day, without deleting anything.
If you had asked me 6 months ago, I would have said “That’s impossible.” But I’ve been working up there (I think I’m at around 2000 words on a good day), and if you asked me a few hours ago, I’d say “That’s improbable. Only full-time writers can even get close to that.”
Continue reading 10,000 Words a DAY?! (or How to Use Science to Write More, Better)