Posted On November 1, 2012 by Print This Post

Go Forth and Nano!

Greetings, RU Crew!

Are you one of the 300,000 writers worldwide participating in NaNoWriMo?  

Have you set a daily word goal and developed a strategy to cross the 50K finish line? 

Or are your fingers hovering over the keyboard because you haven’t a clue on what to write? Don’t despair! Check out this fabulous post by RU contributor Ruth Harris on how to resuscitate your writing mojo.

We want to cheer you all the way to “The End”, so we’ve set up a thread on the Nano forum under Writing Groups & Clubs. Hop on over to share your Nano experience with fellow RU writers.   

Best of luck, RU Nano-ers! Go forth and Nano!

 

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4 Responses to “Go Forth and Nano!”

  1. Good luck everybody! I’m not participating this year but happy to cheer everyone on!

    Posted by Larissa Reinhart | November 2, 2012, 2:42 pm
  2. This is why I’m not doing NaNo this year – I’ve got my darling grandbaby here every day, so by the time I get on the computer, it’s night time already!

    Plus, much as I love NaNo for inspiring me in the past, those stories are still waiting for more revision. I’ve got to polish and revise before I start anything new, but best of luck to all of you who are participating!

    Posted by Becke Martin Davis | November 2, 2012, 8:51 pm
  3. Thanks for the encouragement. I did this last year and find it a terrific way to get disciplined and write!
    My goal is 2,000 words a day, 6 days a week. So far, I’ve gotten a little behind and then moved a little ahead. If I don’t get bogged down during Thanksgiving, I should finish a day early. At least I’ve got the extra day just in case! :)

    Posted by ChristinaLi | November 12, 2012, 9:38 pm

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