Tag: tips for writing

NaNoWriMo-Day 26

  Four more days left and if you can see the finish line in sight but need some extra time, get all your errands and chores out of the way and then just concentrate on your story.

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NaNoWriMo-Day 25

We’re heading into the last five days of the challenge and maybe you need one last boost of energy. Are you the type of writer who likes to write in company? It’s not for me because I’m a people watcher and listen in on everyone’s conversation, but I know lots of authors who love to…

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NaNoWriMo-Day 15

It’s the halfway point for NaNoWriMo. If you’ve already got 25,000 words or more written, well done. If not, don’t panic because you’ve still got plenty of time to catch up. My tip of the day is don’t stop to read any of the previous day’s work. It’s something I used to do when I…

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NaNoWriMo-Day 7

Writing for long stretches can take its toll on your body, especially your hands and wrists causing pain that can make you want to quit. My tip of the day is make sure you take frequent breaks. Walk around, make a snack, or even take a nap.

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NaNoWriMo-Day Two

Hope everyone got off to a good start yesterday. My tip of the day is to think like an athlete. Before they compete they warm up first. Sit down and free write for five or ten minutes before you start your NaNoWriMo project for the day. It’s the ideal way to get the muse into top gear and eases…

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Getting Ready for NaWriNoMo

Anyone taking part in this year’s NaWriNoMo? I’m gearing up ready for Saturday. My goal is to reach 50,000 words by December 1st but not all with one project. I’m working on a story right now that I plan to finish during the first week and then I’ll switch to a couple of other projects…

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