National Novel Writing Month – Advice & Inspiration


With National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) well under way, here are some articles and resources to help you succeed:

  • 30 Ways to Resuscitate a Dying NaNoWriMo Novel
    There sometimes comes a point when you think, “Why in the hell am I doing this?”  If you are asking yourself this question, here are 30 ways to breathe new life into that drag-assing novel.
  • Don’t Let Quality Stop You Now
    Many writers begin, and then get discouraged and give up.  Nils Ödlund offers some inspiration to help you avoid that fate.
  • Write More, Care Less?
    Philip Overby answers the age old question, is it better to have nothing or a bunch of slop on a page?
  • The Metrics of Writing
    John Wong explain how writing a novel isn’t impossible for writers with limited time.
  • NaNoWriMo Forum on Mythic Scribes
    Looking for friends?  Our NaNoWriMo forum offers support during National Novel Writing Month, Script Frenzy, and related challenges.
  • Eposic Idea Generators
    Looking for ideas?  These generators will randomly create personalities, events, magical effects, and concepts for you to play with in your story.
  • 4thewords: Online Writing Game is a gamified word counting system where you fight monsters and tackle your word count.
  • Things to Do for Non-NoWriMos
    If you are not participating in NaNoWriMo this year, here are some alternative activities suggested by Philip Overby.

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