My NaNoWriMo Round 2: Week 1
It’s that time of year again: NaNoWriMo.
No, I didn’t sign up for it this year.
But I am picking up where I left off last year.
In case you don’t remember, I like to participate in NaNoWriMo my own way. Instead of trying to complete a novel in one month and feeling miserable on December 1 that I only wrote down a handful of pages, I designed my own November challenge that I know I can tackle.
Here are the rules:
1. I choose one writing project to be my focus.
2. I aim to write at least 10 pages each week. No less.
3. I blog each week in November about my progress, my successes, my obstacles and my goals.
Actually, that’s quite a commitment. But I know I can do it.
How are you participating this year in NaNoWriMo? Share your goals below.
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