First week of NaNo Prep 101 Every year I have trouble finishing NaNoWriMo. I start strong and then it just sizzles out. To prevent this from happening I have to do something different this year. That is why I am very happy to resort to the NaNo Prep resource site. Here they share a lotContinue reading “My First Week of NaNo Prep 101 + free dot grid printable”
The NaNo Prep site has a generous and fun list of resources. I throw in an extra one in this blog post.
Here are some of the things I came up with after answering the questions from the workbook and the additional questions from the blog post.
This week I asked myself whether I will go on with the new idea for NaNoWriMo or finally write the last portion of my speculative fiction novel that I have worked on forever. The Save the Cat method made me realize something important about the middle part of that story, which could help the plotContinue reading “NaNo Prep 101 week three | Outline with Flashcards”
Story bible and world-building The times I have considered making a Story bible for my speculative fiction novel, it has felt like an excuse for procrastination. Though fun, I suspected I wouldn’t write much. I thought of it as an elaborate background story gone wild, but it made me a lot wiser when I lookedContinue reading “Nano Prep 101 week four | Story Bible world-building”
In this post, I share how, where, and when I will complete NaNoWriMo with all the NaNo Prep 101 done. I share my schedule and tools for tracking words and time. How | Committing to the Word Count It is an effective way to out my inner critic to participate in NaNoWriMo. My ego isContinue reading “NaNo Prep 101 week 5+6 | Schedule and Tools”
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