|Thanks to God and my fantastic writing buddies, my ProLife Novel was a winner in 2012.|
My first attempt was in 2011. It was a miserable failure of an attempt, but I learned that I would need more discipline if I was to ever win a round of nano. 2012 was much different. I had a vision for the plot, I had an outline, I had a direction, and most importantly, I had a fellowship of writers who were also determined to win. If memory serves me right, I believe we all won that year. The following year, I didn't have enough time to devote to writing a book, so I decided to write blog posts to encourage other Nanos in their writing.
2013's NanoRebel Effort = 8,005 words
Day 1 - Start Writing!
Day 2 - Tie up the Inner Editor.
Day 3 - Save Your Work!
Day 4 - Time Management
Day 5 - Building a Character
Day 6 - Keep Writing!!!
Day 7 - Plot Twists
Day 8 - Killing Characters
Day 9 - Writer's Block
Day 10 - The Gospel and Your Novel
Day 11 - Imagination...More Words
Day 12 - Know Your Target Audience
Day 13 - Finding Inspiration
Day 14 - Procrastinating
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Day 16 - Creating Places and Buildings
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Day 18 - Subplots
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Day 22 - Don't Survive, Thrive!
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Day 28 - Thanksgiving
Day 29 - Happy Birthday Patty Cake
Day 30 - (Guest Post) Perspective