Write a 50,000 word rough draft of a fiction novel in November with National Novel Writing Month. Get fun and helpful advice from former participants, plus official stickers from NaNoWriMo headquarters and other inspiring goodies that will power you through the month.
Have you ever wanted to write a novel? Each year in November, National Novel Writing Month brings together people who want to be novelists. With a commitment from each person to try to write a first draft of a novel in 30 days, the event attempts to help people accomplish task that might seem impossible, by prioritizing quantity of words over quality in a sustained burst of creative output. Writing is usually a solitary endeavor, but NaNoWriMo brings people together to encourage fun, community, and most of all - meeting or exceeding your daily word count!
National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) is a fun, seat-of-your-pants approach to creative writing. National Novel Writing Month began in 1999 as a daunting but straightforward challenge: to write 50,000 words of a novel in 30 days. Now, each year on Nov 1, hundreds of thousands of people around the world begin to write, determined to end the month with 50,000 words of a brand new novel. They enter the month as elementary school teachers, mechanics or stay-at-home parents. They leave novelists.
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