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7 ways to save time for Nanowrimo

You’re not even halfway through November, and you’re already falling behind on your Nanowrimo (National Novel Writing Month) project. How did you think you’d have time for this stupid thing, anyway? It’s clear — something’s gotta give. But what? Stop … Continue reading

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Let the best words win

So I entered the 2013 YA Discovery Contest. It’s designed to support Nanawrimo, and so it’s intentionally easy to do. You don’t need a query, pitch, or witty bio. Just submit the first 250 words of your novel and the … Continue reading

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Nanowrimo. Why I don’t.

Since we’re coming up on November, we’re going to start hearing a whole lot about Nanowrimo, or National Novel Writing Month, and every year it makes me cringe. While I have nothing but respect for those who turn their lives … Continue reading

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