Stop by, hang out, cheer on and commiserate: AbsoluteWrite.com's NaNoWriMo and Beyond forum.
Come Write In: public libraries can apply to borrow for their patrons some of the 60 AlphaSmart Neos that will be loaned out this year by Renaissance Learning; check out the details here.
A forum to watch: Helpful Orgs and Sites.
Some NaNo'ers are making Mock Book Trailers for fun.
Details on the third annual Night of Writing Dangerously, NaNoWriMo's 2009 six hour write-a-thon fundraiser, to take place in San Francisco on Sunday, November 22, 2009, 5 PM - 11 PM.
You Noveling Machines out there can pick up official NaNoWriMo T-shirts and other writer junk at The Office of Letters and Light Donation Station and Store.
Screenwriters, don't feel left out -- April is now officially your WriMo with the annual Script Frenzy event.
Another forum to watch: Special Offers from NaNoWriMo sponsors.
Squidoo.com has a page with their choices for The Top 5 NaNoWriMo Tools, a list that includes links to our blogpal Simon Haynes's yWriter freeware and Seventh Sanctum.
If you're in need of a NaNo plan, check out Susan Pitner's article Succeeding at NaNoWriMo ~ A Five Step Plan for Reaching Your Word Count
Monday, October 19, 2009
Posted by the author at 12:00 AM
Labels: NaNoWriMo, ten things
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Thanks! I'll be checking out those links.ReplyDelete
This year I'm doing something completely different, way outside my usual genres.
Thanks for sharing.ReplyDelete
I'm checking out the special offers now.
I've never been to Absolute Write before and just got sucked in ;)
Thanks so much for mentioning my article! I don't know if I'll be NaNoWriMoing this year, as I'm in the middle of another novel, but if I do, my handle is Yarnsome. I'm looking forward to seeing many of your readers succeed!ReplyDelete
Write Anything is doing a workshop for NaNoWriMo. Which is nice cause I feel frozen, working my way up to being stuck. :) Anyway, Write Anything linked to your site which is how I wound up here.ReplyDelete
I'm the official NaNo cheerleader for a friend of mine. heheReplyDelete
I love your work and I was wondering where you went to school?
Thanks for these, Lynn, I'm gonna need all the help I can get...ReplyDelete
I'm getting so excited.ReplyDelete
Wordless Wednesday - King of the Field
Hope all is well.ReplyDelete
For the first time ever, I think I'm going to do NaNoWriMo... I do need to work on an outline over the next week, though, or I'll never get it done within the month. A friend and I are both going to take the plunge.ReplyDelete
Thanks for the links!