If you think that NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month) is just a little project to keep wanna-be writers occupied during November and nothing ever comes of it, you’re wrong.
Several authors have had their start as NaNoWriMo participants and went on to publish the projects they wrote during November and edited during December.
Don’t believe me? Here are some traditionally published authors you migt have heard of, and their bestselling novels that started life as a NaNoWriMo project.
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Hello and welcome to Study. Read. Write., all you Déjà vu Blogfest participants!
What’s a Déjà vu Blogfest, you ask? Well, it’s a blog hop, created by DL Hammons. All participants take today to repost their favourite post or the one they think could have needed more love.
So have a look around and say hi!
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OK, so I’m late again.
Time Management is definitely on my list of things I need to make an effort learning next year. But to be fair, I’ve been swamped with work. We close the office tomorrow at noon and still had loads of clients to finish. Yesterday, I pulled 5 hours worth of overtime. Today I did another 2.
I’ve been writing my short stories, and that’s coming along nicely. It’s mainly flash fiction these days, extremely short (around 500 words) but I’m counting it a success that I am writing no matter what. I still don’t like writing in German though, and my English texts far outweigh the German ones.
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