November is National Novel Writing Month, also known as NaNoWriMo. NaNoWriMo is a novel-writing program that encourages people everywhere to write a novel in a month. That means 50,000 words in thirty days. For those of you participating, here’s a list of resources and tools to get you started. NaNoWriMo.org—the official website for National Novel Writing Month What is NaNoWriMo? [VIDEO]
Top 25 best first book lines—inspiration for writer’s block.
Writertopia progress meter—nifty tool that lets you create a progress meter to track the number of words you’ve written.
NaNoWrimo forums—chat with fellow writers taking the challenge.
Six Tips for NaNoWriMo Success—Elite Editing’s tips on how to succeed this November.
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I am an 11th-12th grade humanities teacher looking for interesting resources for my students (who will be required to publish this year). So far, this site seems like an interesting resource to share with them.