Have you ever wondered how long it would take to write a novel? Would you ever guess it could take only thirty days? Well, over at NaNoWriMo.org, you can make a novel, with a 50,000 word count goal, and find tips to help you succeed, people you can talk and share writing with, and so many other useful things to help you on your road to success and novel writing during the month of November.
Throughout the month, you can earn badges based on word counts, meet other writers, find workshops around where you live, and so much more. NaNoWriMo is a fascinating program to get involved in and hey, you never know. You just might make a novel within a month’s time!
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