I've shuffled through the PBW archives to find old posts I think may be useful to those of you who are planning to participate in National Novel Writing Month. Here's the list along with some brief explanations:
ABCharacter -- a quick and easy way to outline a character.
Endweek NaNoPost -- making cover art for your NaNonovel along with some resource links.
Hiveword -- my review of Mike Fleming's terrific online novel organizer.
NaNo Now What? -- my suggestions on how to edit your NaNonovel once you're finished.
Midweek NaNoPost -- if you're a late starter, stuck in a rut, or you like to beat yourself up over anything writing-related, join the No Expectations Club via this pep talk.
NaNoFun -- Scroll down past the old 2010 badges to find some links to fun, free NaNoWriMo-friendly widgets.
NaNoNotebook -- how making up a notebook for your NaNonovel can help, with links to helpful freeware.
NaNoStuff Ten -- a list of freeware for NaNoWriMo'ers.
NaNoTen -- ten things to try when writing your NaNoWriMo book.
NaNoWriMo Wednesday -- some thoughts on planning your November novel, along with some links on outlining resources.
NaNoWriMojo Ten -- ten things to try when you're feeling blocked, it's no more fun, the magic has gone caput, etc.
Old Rides, New Roads -- my suggestions on how to evaluate an old story idea and its potential to serve as inspiration for your November novel.
Prep Talks -- The Mountain, Stand Out Characters, Food and Fire and Glass Wisdom.
Ready, Set, NaNoWriMo -- ideas and resources for November 1st.
Red Notebook -- my review on this interesting, helpful virtual calendar/notebook freeware.
You Are My Fire -- my storyteller's take on why we write, and for whom.
Writing Your Dragons -- how to handle writing something you hate to write.
Got any helpful links to share with our NaNoWriMo'ers? Please post them in comments.