Posted by: ccclib | November 1, 2010


November is National Novel Writing Month.  NaNoWriMo participants are encouraged to write a 50,000 word book within the month of November.  Don’t be discouraged; that’s less than 1,667 words per day.  Oh, and it doesn’t actually have to be a good novel.  It’s all about overcoming procrastination and perfectionism and just producing output.  Worry about quality in December.

More details are available through the official NaNoWriMo site.

Calhoun students and alumni have participated in past NaNoWriMos.  Are you going to participate?  If so, stop reading this blog and start writing.  You only have 29 days left.


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