The Bachelorette Blogger author René Penn strikes gold again. If mid-month NaNoWriMo has you wanting to stuff yourself into that turkey, keep reading.
YOU. ARE. NOT. ALONE!
Do you know that “All Is Lost” moment in a novel? It usually happens at the end of Act Two.
I feel like that’s where I’m at with National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo).
Why? Because I went to San Diego for vacation. And my word count status for NaNoWriMo has plummeted.
For me and my NaNoWriMo progress, it seems like all is lost.
As a writer, an ‘All Is Lost’ moment is the most hellish trial your character will have to go through — Standout Books Publishing Services
If you find yourself on vacation this month, here are 6 tips to help keep your writing progress on track.
1. Write on the plane
“Being confined to your seat for several hours on a plane is the perfect time to write.” — Meghan Miller, Tethered by Letters
2. Wake up a little earlier, stay up a little later
“…you’ll need to…
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Thanks for reblogging! –RP