Here October is over now.
Finally, NOVEMBER is here! Yep, it’s a good time for Thanksgiving…
I want to share this little with you about the National Novel Writing Month challenge. Have you heard about this before? If not, it’s okay. I am happy to briefly explain it to y’all.
What is National Novel Writing Month?
National Novel Writing Month means that a person who wishes to write a novel to challenge her (or his) writing count in each day of November. Normally, many writers successfully commit to writing 1,500 – 2,000 words each day from November 1-30. The goal is to finish to writing 50,000 words in the 30 days of November.
Why is it important to join writing challenge?
I have a few reasons why I joined the writing challenge this month. Honestly, I used to dream of becoming a writer when I was young, but I believed that I was not a very great writer because of my sign language and writing English differently. Now, I feel that I want to try this and that I have to prove that I am a better writer no matter what. My signing does not affect my bad writing skills, however, I am getting better grammar and sentence structures in process. I know that I am not the only who have poor writing skill. Maybe you have a writing problem, too.
And… I want to write my FIRST novel. My goal is to finish this and publish my first novel in Amazon.com.
Who will join National Novel Writing Month challenge?
ME! I am doing this now… Many previous writers are still coming to write. New writers can come to get started with writing 1,500 words each day until 30th day of November. Do you want to try this? It’s not too late to join this program and write a novel until you have reached the 50,000 word goal in your first novel.
Where is National Novel Writing Month?
You can join National Novel Writing Month. It’s a free account, no charge at all unless you donate to help this program keep running.
Join this program to get started with writing your first novel: click here —> National Novel Writing Month.