Tag: NaNoWriMo

speak your book

How to speak your book into existence

As a book coach and ghostwriter, I’ve never met a budding author who wanted to write their book slowly. What a surprise, eh? It’s understandable: when you’ve got the bit between your teeth, and especially when you’re working to a deadline like NaNoWriMo, speed is of the essence.
NaNoWriMo word count

Climbing Mount NaNoWriMo as a LiterarYeti

With the first week of NaNoWriMo behind us, our LiterarYeti mascot and social media coordinator share a progress update on their NaNoWriMo word count journey.
seven writing tips

Seven Writing Tips To Increase Your Productivity

Whether taking the NaNoWriMo challenge or not, we can all use pointers and reminders when it comes to increasing productivity at the keyboard. These seven writing tips can set on your way to make a plan, and stick to it!
creative writing

Am I Really An Author?

Maybe that's part of the nagging sensation I'm fighting, that I'm not really an author. And until I finish my first book, I guess that's true. What makes an author? Having a great story to tell? Having the ability to craft the words and descriptions to make it come alive? Sure, that and a finished manuscript.
NaNoWriMo writers

A Cross Section Of NaNoWriMo Writers – Where Do You Fit In?

With the start date for NaNoWriMo just days away, I'm steeling myself to the task of completing a novel in a month. This infographic gives some insight into the habits and plans of writers as they stand on the edge of this challenge.
Your characters' goals

Develop Your Characters’ Goals And Discover Your Story

Understanding your hero’s goals will help you plan your plot line and develop the engaging, motivated characters your readers will love to follow. Here are three easy steps to get you on your way to developing your characters' goals.
10 Tips for Writers

10 Tips to help writers stay focused [Infographic]

We've crafted this incredibly simple but powerful infographic to help you do the little things to stay focused on writing. Print it out and tack it to your wall, make it your laptop wallpaper, or add your own contribution in the comment section. Then stop dawdling and write!

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