NaNoWriMo Videos Catch-up

Exactly 10 days left of NaNoWriMo! Now is the time to buckle down and make it happen. Here are some tips, encouragement, and helpful apps.

How to use word sprints to catch up, determine whether a scene will work in your book, and writer’s block:

When should you stop writing to do research – if ever?

How to change ideas successfully when the pressure is on:

Three writing apps to keep you writing on the go:

Everything you ever wanted to know about character arcs from The Writer’s Edge live panel discussion:

Here is my very first livestream on Facebook, talking about how to set an achievable word goal vs. challenge goals.

I hope these videos help you!

Official NaNoWriMo YouTube Guide!

If you haven’t already heard, I’m partnered with NaNoWriMo this year as a YouTube Guide! I did NaNo videos in 2014 (daily), 2015 (weekly), and now 2016 (twice per week). Wednesdays my videos will be hosted on NaNoWriMo’s YouTube channel and Saturdays I’ll have videos on my own channel. All of these will be added to my NaNoWriMo 2016 playlist for easy access. Here’s my schedule of videos:

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I’m also going to do some short videos on Facebook that will be about a minute, give or take, and those will be different from my YouTube videos. Can you tell I’m pumped about this?!

Add me on NaNoWriMo’s site so we can be writing buddies and encourage each other.

If the blank page is something you’re not looking forward to, here are six tips to help you get past blank page syndrome:

It’s T-minus one day to November 1, so get your coffee stocked up and your notebooks at the ready. Here we go!

Complete NaNoWriMo with These Tips!

We are down to the last weekend of NaNoWriMo! What can you do to help secure your word count goal? Take a look for tips on keeping your focus and spending your time wisely.