One of the few problems with publishing a new book is the need to update websites.
Today sees the day when my updated NaNoWriMo advice book goes live on Amazon in ebook and paperback. It’s been reorganised, rewritten, with new content and a fresh new cover.
Like the two previous versions, I have taken the experiences of 16 previous attempts (succeeding 15 times) and working with and alongside other NaNoWriMo authors, and I’ve created some guidelines, a timeline, tips and advice, and not a little inspiration, too.
It’s a hard challenge – writing 50,000 words during the 30 days of November. It’s 1,667 words per day, every day. Most people can write nearly 2,000 words in a day, if they work themselves up to it. They can do this for one, two, or a few days. Doing each day for a whole month takes planning, it takes persistence, and it sometimes takes the strong support of those around us.
Here’s a few extracts:
So if you’ve heard about NaNoWriMo, and you fancy giving yourself an interesting and potentially enlightening challenge, sign up now at
[ NANOWRIMO ]
And the links to my “NANOWRIMO – Meeting The Challenge” book are on my website or that of my publisher:
[ NaNoWriMo – Meeting the challenge ] (website)
[ NaNoWriMo – Meeting the challenge ] (publisher)