It's that time again novelists, NaNoWriMo. For those of you who don't know what that means, it's where author's write 50,000 words in the 30 days of November. For those of us who do it, it means hours bent over our keyboards, frozen dinners, dirty houses, and mega-sized caffeine drinks...and WE LOVE IT!
There comes a sense of accomplishment in creating a novel, or at least a large portion of your story, in one month.
Now to do this, you have to stay on a schedule. Of course, me being me, I'm already a bit behind (and it's only day 3!). But, the point of doing this is to just keep writing and don't give up. That's exactly what I'm going to do starting NOW!
I'll be posting my progress on this blog to let you know how it's going. This is just a little added incentive for me to keep on track.
So fellow NaNoWriMo writers, what are you doing to keep your writing on track?
Those of you who don't write, how do you challenge yourself in what you love to do?
Good Luck to all my writer friends. See you on the other side!