Can you write a novel in 30 days?

This week I’ll be helping you prepare for the annual#NaNoWriMo which also starts this week. I’ve written 6 tips specifically for this, which will be posted over the next 6 days.

About #NaNoWriMo:

This is short for National Novel Writing Month, an annual event which is held in November. The idea is that you write 50,000 words of your book in just 30 days. It doesn’t have to be perfect and nobody has to read it, the real achievement is completing your first draft by the end of the month,

What you need to do:

Sign up to, complete your account and familiarise yourself with the website. Once you’re there, look for me so we can be writing buddies. Accountability is essential! I’ve also created an online forum especially for daily accountability, join me over there.

About my tips:

I’m writing fiction and so the tips I’ve written are from that perspective. If you want specifics, send me a message and I’ll do a live video in the Writing With Confidence Facebook group and answer them all.

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2 Comments Add yours

  1. Graysbygrace says:

    This is a true challenge which would be good for me especially when I am done with exams but I am scared.

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    1. I do a 5-Day Writing challenge that may interest you, it is a lot less pressure. And perhaps NaNoWriMo is something you can do after your exams? It does seem daunting but I have created an online group where we can support each other x

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