Finishing out November #NaNoWriMo #WIPs #Writing

When is a Win a Win? Check out Mae Clair’s NaNoWriMo post today on Story Empire, and find out how she answers that question. Super post, and I don’t know about you, but I’m now feeling inspired enough to consider taking part next time around. (Maybe. 😀 ) Hope you’ll enjoy the post as much as I did and will pass it along for others to read. Thanks, and thanks, Mae, for reminding us that it isn’t always about the numbers! 🙂 Great post!

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Hello, SEers. Mae here on the second to last Friday in November. Most of the month is behind us. If you live in the States, Thanksgiving is right around the corner. I know we’re all anxious to bid goodbye to 2020, but this month feels like it’s blown past at lightspeed. Maybe that’s because I’ve been writing like a speed demon. This is my last NaNoWriMo post of the year, so I hope you’ll bear with me—especially given it’s about more than NaNo.

Let’s talk writing. Whether you’re chasing 50K in thirty days, or plugging away as usual, the goal is to create. To make progress on your WIP. We all have one, right? There is rarely a time when there isn’t a manuscript in some semblance of completion. If you’re participating in NaNoWriMo, you’re either adding to that or you’ve started something from scratch.

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The NaNo plan is to…

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