Just before NaNoWriMo ends, I like to say
congratulations to those who stuck it out!
And for those who weren’t able to this year, be encouraged that you got as far as you did, and keep writing that novel!
November isn’t the only time of the year that we’re allowed to write copiously 🙂
I put a pause on my novel a while ago so that I could finish up a grad school writing sample. And since I’m almost done with that, I’ll start again soon and finish it up!
Happy Thanksgiving everyone!
A video by
StoryForge Productions with an appearance from your own White Honeysuckle. Feeling a little shy about posting this, haha.
Stuck in a mid-NaNo lull?
Draw out your scene. A few unexpected details might help you get back on track. I drew this one out a while back, and it helped me clear my mind as I scribbled a dull grey sky and highlighted a crab with a splash of orange.
See my article with more tips at
See original writing exercise
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Procrastination in the form of loose leaf black rose tea, and homemade yogurt banana bread.
Many NaNoWriMo contestants remind me of doomsday preppers. Maybe you’ve barricaded yourself into your room, stocked up all the snacks and fuzzy socks that you’ll need for the next month. You’re rev…
Visit StoryForge to see the Honeysuckle’s season launch of the wonderfully dreadful NaNoWriMo!
How is day one treating you?
NaNoWriMo Day 1: Avoiding the Apocalypse
StoryForge Productions article with survival tips is coming tomorrow! So what have you done to prepare for the 50,000 word battle of 2013?
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