So, it’s nearly that time of year again when writers both professional and amateur start to think about what they’re going to write for National Novel Writing Month.

What is NanoWriMo?

National Novel Writing Month is an annual, Internet-based creative writing project that takes place during the month of November. Participants attempt to write a 50,000-word manuscript between November 1 and November 30.

It sounds impossible right? And it certainly is a huge challenge. I’ve entered it a few times now and have only hit that magic 50k mark twice. Last year I wrote some tips on how to succeed which you can read here.

So, what do you write for it? In my case I think I’m going to use it to help me put down as many words as possible for both The Empowered Ones book two and Book four in the Sundered Crown Saga. The problem is which do I choose?

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Which title should I work on? Which is the series you want me to crack on with the most?

In other news, if you’re a mailing list subscriber keep an eye out for my next email which will give you access to a little gift for Halloween. If you’re not a subscriber please sign up to it here

There’s also some news on the promotional front so keep an eye out on my social media pages for the announcement of special book offers next month. There’s a big SPFBO promotion coming up which will be a great opportunity for you to get some excellent fantasy books.

Are you taking part in NanoWriMo this year? Do you have any tips that you’d like to share? Let me know in the comments or via social media.

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