Congratulations! You have decided to embark on writing the first draft of your story.
There’s a good chance that you’ve been on this journey before. You tried writing another story that didn’t go as planned. And by planned, I mean writing the story from start to finish.
That’s why you’re reading my blog post. Because you want to get it right this time.
This is a blog post that both pantsers and planners can get behind—so that no one gets behind during National Novel Writing Month.
It’s an age-old question. What came first: the chicken or the egg? The plot or the protagonist?
What if the shaping of the story and your main character happens at the same time?
We’re only a few days into National Novel Writing Month and I’m already switching up my NaNoWriMo strategy!
November, watch out. Because I have big dreams—and hopefully few obstacles.
Bookmark this blog post. You’ll need it when writer’s block hits during NaNoWriMo.
I have you covered with 30 writing prompts for every day of National Novel Writing Month.
Having doubts about signing up for NaNoWriMo days before the big start day? I debunk every doubt about signing up for National Novel Writing Month so that you are fear-free on November 1.