Happy December, friends! And to everyone who celebrated the end of November today by laying low, going out with friends, or continuing to plug away on your work in progress – congratulations on getting to the end of National Novel Writing Month 2019!
The third week of National Novel Writing Month went by WAY too fast. And if you are following my Twitter thread, you already know I didn’t get a lot of writing done. But if you would like to read a quick summary of how I spent Week 3 of NaNoWriMo, or hear about my nearly-unrealistic optimism about reaching the goal of 50,000 words by the end of November, you’re in the right place.
We are officially halfway through National Novel Writing Month – can you believe it? I hardly can.
This update is a quick one, and I’ve sort of included a “life update”, so if you’re interested in knowing how my second week of NaNoWriMo went and why it went the way it did, just keep reading.
The first seven days of National Novel Writing Month 2019 have gone by – how are you doing? Hanging in there? Ready for more? Going out to stock up on your writing snacks? Getting some extra sleep? Whatever you’re doing to ready yourself for the next week of NaNoWriMo, I hope you take a little time to reflect on your progress so far.
There’s Something About Writing 50,000 Words in 30 Days
Last year was the first time (out of three or four tries) I “won” National Novel Writing Month, and I’m getting ready to do it all over again. You can read all about my 2018 excitement, progress, and overall experience in this post, and keep reading for how I’m approaching NaNoWriMo 2019.
Happy December, friends. And an especially happy December to every one who participated in National Novel Writing Month. We made it! And for those of you who did not follow or have not seen my late-night, home stretch tweets or Instagram stories: I WON! On the one hand, I can hardly believe it. On the other, I’m extremely proud of myself for making it happen, and am almost completely overwhelmed with feelings. And now that it’s over, I have some (okay, quite a few) thoughts to share about NaNoWriMo, my story, and where I’m going from here.