Tag: NanoWriMo

Writing Smart Goals for the Month

Writing Smart Goals for the Month

You don’t have to wait for a new year, month, or week to start to make some new smart goals. The beginning of a new year makes many of us feel like we need to write down huge dreams and goals for the year, but come March or April we probably fall off track. But […]

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Why Your Writing Project Needs a Deadline

Filed in Ask the Editor, Writing Tips by on November 12, 2019 0 Comments
Why Your Writing Project Needs a Deadline

The likelihood of achieving a goal without a deadline is pretty slim. We can continuously punt tasks lacking a due date down the field, and before we know it we’ll have pushed certain goals into the next year. To ensure you reach your writing goals, it’s important to set both small and large deadlines for […]

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Novel Writing: Creating a Cast of Characters

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Novel Writing: Creating a Cast of Characters

Hello writers! Hopefully, you’re each waist-deep in NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month). If you haven’t started yet, or have fallen off the wagon just a bit, just jump right back on! The only thing standing between you and a finished novel is your hesitation. And you, sweet writer, have nothing to lose! As you pound […]

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Still Dreaming of Writing a Book? Here’s How To Do It In 30 Days.

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Still Dreaming of Writing a Book? Here’s How To Do It In 30 Days.

November is a busy month for writers: it’s National Novel Writing Month, also known as NanoWriMo. What happens during NanoWriMo? Simple: to celebrate the only official book-writing month of the year […]

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