If you’re ready to embark on a writing challenge with a group of supportive authors and can’t wait for CampNaNo, JuNoWriMo is here for you!
I participated in JuNoWriMo for a few years when it first started. Now it’s going into its 9th year, and I’m returning to not only write 50,000 words, but I’ll also be leading sprints on Twitter a few days a week from the JuNoWriMo account! We’re going to have a lot of fun next month, and most importantly, we’re going to get some serious work done.
Writing events like NaNoWriMo and JuNoWriMo help exercise that creative muscle by setting a goal and sitting down every day to make it happen. As I’ve written before, sometimes the hardest part is getting started, but getting that flow going is the important part.
If you’d love to join us, the rules are quite simple.
Rule 1: Write 50,000 words in 30 days. That’s an average of 1667/day.
Rule 2: It has to be your own original work. That’s it. That means you can continue a novel, or write creative non-fiction, we’re all about helping writers write. Period.
Optional: participate in our Facebook group and our Twitter word sprints! See how your story flows when you don’t give your inner editor time to hijack you.
And don’t worry, you can be a rebel too. If you’re editing or working on your book in any other way, you’re still welcome to join us for some structured book time.
Be sure to register on JuNoWriMo.com to join us! Once you’ve signed up, you’ll get an invite to the Facebook group where we can all chat about our writing quest.
And if you want to have a little more fun during the month, I invite you to write with me on 4thewords.com.4thewords is a game-based writing site where you can defeat monsters, take on epic quests and level up your character while telling your story!
If you sign up and use my referral code: ZZVAL85287, I’ll send you an in-game care package to make your writing quest a little easier.