Hello friends! It’s November 1st, which means that it’s time for NaNoWriMo!!
In case you don’t know– NaNoWriMo (or NaNo because typing is hard) is National Novel Writing Month. During NaNoWriMo, thousands of writers take the challenge to try and write a 50k word novel during the month of November.
That means around 1,667 words per day.
If you want to learn more about NaNo and what it’s like to participate, I recommend checking out their website: nanowrimo.org. It’s really informative and you can see all the amazing reasons to become a Wrimo and jump in on this journey. There’s no way I could sit here and explain all the awesome parts of NaNo without forgetting something, so I’ll let them do the work.
As you can probably guess, I’ll be partaking in NaNoWiMo this year. It will be my 6th year. I’ve also done NaNo ’11, ’12, ’13,(I skipped ’14 because I had pneumonia) ’15, (I skipped ’16 because of college) and ’17. I won the last 3 years I’ve competed, so hopefully this year I’ll continue that streak. (Add me as a friend!)
But I don’t want to focus on me– I’ll save that for another post. Today, I wanted to talk about starting a novel.