Wondering whether to take part in NaNoWriMo this November? Still wondering what on earth it is? Find the answers to these questions in Debbie Young’s practical, informative post drawing on case studies from other ALLi author members.
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ALLi Communications Manager shares introduces us to NaNoWriMo’s baby sister, CampNaNoWriMo. If you haven’t participated before, this virtual cabin event takes place every April and July, and is an opportunity for writers to get motivated and inspired to crank out the first draft of any of your writing projects.
Once a month Orna Ross’s Go Creative! Show focuses on Creative Writing, and in this week’s episode Orna and Grant Faulkner, Executive Director of NaNoWriMo, talked about the approach of Don’t Think, Just Do to achieve your writing goals.
It’s November already. You probably don’t need me to tell you what that means. If you’re a writer, the passing of Halloween and omnipresence of Christmas *stuff* just about everywhere comes a very faint second to the utter omnipresence in your social media feeds and – for many of you – in your lives of […]
50,000 reasons to give NaNoWriMo a try this November – that’s the target number of words you could have written by the end of the month. Indie authors share their experience to help you decide whether it’s right for you.
Have you started thinking about NaNoWriMo yet? November isn’t far away, so if you plan on participating this year you should already be considering what, and how, you’re going to write. Who better to get your plotting wheels turning than Johnny B. Truant and Sean Platt in this ALLi podcast.
Have you thought about enrolling in the Camp NaNoWriMo to help you stay focused and motivated during July? I’ve enrolled in this virtual summer camp, and plan on using the time to write a giveaway to help me build my mailing list.
As it’s currently late April, and therefore about as far as it’s possible to be from NaNoWriMo’s November event, now’s a good time to consider whether to take part, rather than rushing in to meet the deadline or avoiding it because you’ve left it too late to decide. Today we’ve asked British indie author Kate […]
Now Publish Your Novel Did you take part in NaNoWriMo last year, and now have a finished draft in front of you, and are thinking “Now What?” You’re not alone. Did you know that nearly half a million writers signed up for NaNo in 2015? That’s quite a jump from 1999, when Chris (the founder […]
In this week’s news on all things self-publishing, we look ahead and look out for Amazon’s upcoming warning signs on e-book errors; plus new ideas, appointments, services and gaining the best, and genuine, reviews for your indie books. Valerie Shanley gets the lowdown from her ALLi partners and friends. Surely some mistake Amazon’s plan […]