Okay, I’ve been mulling over some things now that NaNoWriMo is over. One of which is whether I should sign up to take the 85K90D challenge.
What is the 85K90D challenge?
Well it’s the same as NaNoWriMo. But instead of writing 50,000 words in 30 days, you’re writing 85,000 words in 90 days. That’s a lot of words to write but you have three times the time frame to write it in.
It’s the last week of NaNoWriMo which meant I had four days to make my goal and on top of a cold, too. Blech.
So how did I do? Let’s see.
Happy Monday everyone! How are my WriMo’s doing? It’s now week three of NaNoWriMo and if I want to make goal I’ll have to step it up this week because Thanksgiving next week. And we all know preparations for this particular holiday starts days, a week or two before.
So how did I do last week, week two of NaNoWriMo? Let’s see.
It’s that time again! NaNoWriMo begins at midnight, just 16 hours away. Are you ready?
I’m sure you probably are. You’ve more than likely been prepping for it since the summer. Or maybe the whole of this month. But whether you’ve been ankle, knee or elbow deep in preparing for NaNoWriMo. Or decided at the last minute to take part (been there), here are some last minute tips I’d like for you to remember:
Turn off your inner editor. Please, please turn it off. I even suggest, clamping your ears. And singing out loud nananananana, I can’t hear you. If that’s beyond you, then insert notes with whatever suggestions coming from that damn voice. Or highlight or change the text color. So you’ll know which passages will need your attention in the Now What? Months and revision stage after NaNoWriMo.