Wednesday Woo: NaNoWriMo

We are well underway here on day four of National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) and it has been wonderful catching up with all our old friends and meeting new ones.

Not writing much here, just wanted to let you know how the first few days played out.

Day One found us at our favorite write-in at The Hamilton-Wenham Library hosted by Sarah Lauderdale the reference librarian and ten year NaNo champ. There were sixteen of us who braved the wind and rain to get this thing rolling.

Day Two bought snow (!) but that didn’t keep at least nine of us from shivering together at Plum Island Coffee Roaster. (Darn it Bruce, turn on the fireplace-it was snowing for crying out loud!).

Day Three, I hosted at N.Andover with librarian Bridget Rawding (who by the way got word that her Master Thesis was accepted right before we got there! Awesome, congrats).

Day Four the schedule was wrong for the Newburyport Library write-in, but that was fine we were able to get the room when we got there. We had quite a few newbies, they seemed to enjoy the process of sprinting.

End of day four, I hit 15k. I still don’t know what I’m writing. Is that bad?

I leave you with just a few links, I don’t want to distract you from your writing.

The Story Grid: What Good Editors Know

For sleep or to help you relax while you write

Brain Food for Writers

 

 

 

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