What is NaNoWrMo, you ask?

Let the writing begin

Let the writing begin

NaNoWrMo starts today. What is NaNoWrMo, you ask. It is National Write a Novel in a Month. It was started by a group of College friends in Berkeley, California in 1999.

Before I let them tell you about themselves, I want you to know that this is my third year to participate. I feel the most organized and ready to write my novel.

My novel is called; “They Paved our way: Ancestors that helped shape a Nation.”

I will be posting snippets of what I write over the next month; about the journeys of some of my ancestors that help grow this  nation to the country it is today.

Now here is NaNoWriMo’s story in their words.

They can tell their story best. Hers is what they say from the NaNoWriMo Facebook page.

http://www.nanowrimo.org
http://www.campnanowrimo.org
http://ywp.nanowrimo.org

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You’re in for a month of literary abandon with NaNoWriMo, Camp NaNoWriMo, and the Young Writers Program! Are you up for writing a novel in 30 days? We think you are, and we’re going to help you get there.
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One month. One book. An adventure you’ll never forget. There’s a novel inside you waiting for you to discover it, and we’re here to help. Join us for NaNoWriMo, Camp NaNoWriMo, and the Young Writers Program, and we’ll guide you through the whole process with pep talks, encouragement, and a literary party the likes of which you’ve never seen.

Sign up today to become part of the largest writing community in the world. You won’t believe the things you can accomplish with a deadline, some friends to cheer you on, and occasionally excessive quantities of caffeine.

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National Novel Writing Month is a fun, seat-of-your-pants approach to novel writing. Participants begin writing on November 1. The goal is to write a 50,000-word novel by 11:59 on November 30.

November not a good month for you, or have more than one novel wanting to get onto the page? Join us at Camp NaNoWriMo, our newest event, where all the encouragement of NaNoWriMo meets the light hearted whimsy of a virtual camp.

Working with students under 18, or a student yourself? Come on over to the Young Writers Program, where we’ve got flexible word-count goals, a community just for kids and teens, and curriculum and resources to help you teach NaNoWriMo.

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