Monday, October 31, 2011
NaNoWriMo - National Novel Writing Month
Writers wishing to participate first register on the project's website, where they can post profiles and information about their novels, including synopsis and excerpts. Word counts are validated on the site, with writers submitting a copy of their novel for automatic counting.
Pep talks give advice along the way, and the extended NaNoWriMo forums offer the chance to interact, motivate each other, and procrastinate.
This writing project was started by Chris Baty in July 1999 with 21 participants in the San Francisco Bay area. In 2000, it was moved to November "to more fully take advantage of the miserable weather" and launched an official website. With more writers joining each year, NaNoWriMo turned into a global event. In 2010, over 200,000 people took part - writing a total of over 2.8 billion words.
related links: other web projects; on writing
Eingestellt von Dorothee um 10/31/2011
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maybe one day :)ReplyDelete
have you considered going in for the full length novel?
yes, maybe one day :) - this November is teeming with projects already. but i took part once, and others, too, there even is an account in BluePrintReview: "A Seat at the Table" - http://www.blueprintreview.de/14aseat.htmReplyDelete