Category Archives: NaNoWriMo

Keeping It In The Family

Here is my NaNoPrep Day post at Limebird Writers, on using the family for novel inspiration… Keeping It In The Family.

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PerWriCha Monthly Update

Here is a quick update on my Personal Writing Challenge In November I wrote 51,875 words, which was a high number due to the fact that I was taking part in NaNoWriMo (where I managed to just trip over the … Continue reading

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PerWriCha Update – The 100K Mark!

Back at the beginning of December I decided to keep up the momentum that I had found during NaNoWriMo. I pledged to hit 365,000 words by the end of the year leading up to the next NaNoWriMo (i.e. Halloween 2011). … Continue reading

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PerWriCha – Halloween 2011 – 365K or bust!

NaNoWriMo is now over, we have all finished our fifty thousand words (or not). We are all still full of enthusiasm for writing (or not). We all still have functioning relationships with colleagues and family (or not). So what’s next? … Continue reading

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Crossing The Finish Line

Well! November was a busy month what with upheaval at work, publishing “8 Million Stories” AND NaNoWriMo. In the end I was so overwhelmed by things that I had to crawl over the finish line during a conference on the … Continue reading

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NaNoWriMo – Getting Down To Writing

As you may, or may not, know NaNoWriMo entails writing (a lot!). The aim is to write at least 50,000 words in the month of November. So, ever one to concentrate and really get on with the job at hand, … Continue reading

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Signed up for NaNoWriMo

For those of you who may not know, NaNoWriMo is ‘National Novel Writing Month’ in which hundreds of thousands of people commit to writing a novel of at least 50,000 words (in my day that was called a ‘novella’) between … Continue reading

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