You can write a novel this November and the library can help! Four local writers share success stories and tips on why you should write 50,000 words in 30 days.
National Novel Writing Month challenges participants to write 50,000 words in 30 days and create the first draft of a novel in a frantic but fun writing rush. Find out about the library’s programs in support of NaNoWriMo and download free handouts and resources.
R. L. Naquin wrote her first novel during NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month), and after editing she submitted to 31 agents with no bites. She didn’t give up. Naquin submitted her manuscript directly to Carina Press, a digital publisher, and four months later she scored a six-book contract. The first book in her Monster Haven […]
Prep for National Novel Writing Month. Take part in a frantic writing adventure in November with help from your library. Find out when the writing fun begins.
The annual local Kickoff Event for people writing 50,000 words in the 30 days of November 2011 is Monday, October 24 from 7-8 pm in Marvin Auditorium Room 101BC. If you can’t attend, many of the resources are provided online here.