Last week marked 100 days left before NaNoWriMo. Surely not, you may be thinking to yourself. It can’t be that close!
Oh, but it is.
Most people only start thinking about NaNoWriMo in late September or October. And my friend, if you are a planner, that is just not enough time. Even if you’re a pantser, you need time for your subconscious to dream.
My suggestion is, if you haven’t already, to start thinking about what you want to write in November. And if you really want to up your chances? PLAN.
I have two tools to help you get the most out of these pre-NaNo months. To celebrate, they’re both on sale for a limited time!
Bullet Journal NaNoPrep Planning Course
Use the power of bullet journals to prepare for NaNoWriMo
This course provides everything you need to prepare to write a novel–not just any novel, but a winning National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) draft!
- Identify HOW you should prepare
- Choose WHAT you want to do from 13 Tasks
- Estimate how much TIME you really have
- Set weekly GOALS
- Have a flexible PLAN OF ACTION
- Draft with CONFIDENCE
This is a one-time fee that will give you open access to the course. Use the materials over and over again!
Get help from a 10-time NaNoWriMo winner who always does prep work. Give yourself the best possible chance of winning NaNoWriMo this year!
The Monster Novel Structure Workbook
21 Beats to a Better Novel
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Getting stuck in the Muddy Middle of your novel is no fun. But there’s a scaffolding for how your novel should be built–that’s what makes it a novel.
The Monster Novel Structure Workbook: How to Plot Without Getting Stuck comes with downloadable worksheets, examples, and even a Scrivener template.