5 Reasons Why I’m Writing a Novel but Not for NaNoWriMo

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It’s almost the end of November (crazy right?) and I bet you’ve heard the word NaNoWriMo. That means it’s National Novel Writing Month. The participants of NaNoWriMo attempt to write a 50,000 word novel in thirty days. To keep up with this challenge, writers have to write a minimum of 1,667 words a day…

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Kris Alexandria

Kris Alexandria

Blogger, fiction writer, and cat wrangler. I’m just trying to make this writing thing work.

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