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An update on my Camp NaNoWriMo tracker in my bullet journal. I love having something visual at the side to see my progress. I'm also happy I set myself a realistic goal and so far I'm managing to keep ahead of target. #campnanowrimo #bulletjournal

from The Write Practice

Want to Write Faster for NaNoWriMo? Try This Trick

If you've downloaded our nifty NaNoWriMo calendar then you know that by the end of today, November 3, you should have already written 5,000 words. Depending on how fast you write, that could be a very intimidating number. How do you write faster for NaNoWriMo? In this post, I'm going to share a trick I've used to help me write four books and over 600 blog posts. *

100 Ways to Say Said. Not bad to know but the thing is: We should use tags as rarely as possible and still have clarity. Refer to my The Frugal Editor, pullll-eeeze!

100 Ways to Say Said. Not bad to know but the thing is: We should use tags as rarely as possible and still have clarity. Refer to my The Frugal Editor, pullll-eeeze!

A Checklist for Writing Backstory Effectively http://onestopforwriters.com/?utm_content=bufferf923d&utm_medium=social&utm_source=pinterest.com&utm_campaign=buffer #writetip

A beat is a useful tool for #writers. Beats help to control the #pacing, ground us in the setting, increase tension or emotion, and help us to connect with what the character is feeling. Learn how to use them to your advantage.