National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) starts November 1, as it does every year.
This will be my TENTH NaNoWriMo!
In a nutshell, NaNoWriMo is when you commit to writing 50,000 words in 30 days, the minimum words needed to be considered a novel (according to the Powers That Be in NaNoLand).
Every year that I participate, I finish with at least 50K words.
Believe me, this is something that you can do, too.
Have you been telling yourself, “I have no time! There’s no way I can do this!”? Clearly, if you have not yet written your book, then this method is not working for you. What would happen if you start asking yourself, “How can I make this work?”
Here is my Super Secret Formula for how to do it:
1. Decide to write your book (draft) in 30 days this November.
2. Do it!
Keep this quote in mind: What you seek is seeking you. ~Rumi
Want help? Check out my online course (at the special price of $47 until 11.1.19–usually $97!) for how to do this: Write the First Draft of Your Book in 30 Days!