This blog is one nonfiction writer’s response to National Novel Writing Month (NANOWRIMO), a contest that has fiction writers writing 50,000 words in 30 days during November. To find out more, click here. This blog challenges nonfiction writers to spend the month of November writing and completing a work of nonfiction. It also discusses nonfiction writing and publishing and provide a way for nonfiction writers to comment on their writing experiences during November each year. This is not a contest!
To participate, simply “sign in” if you want (you also can remain anonymous) describing your WNFIN project and goals. Then you go off and write for 30 days. Come back and report in if you like on the status updates page. You comment on the various blog posts or on the WNFIN Facebook page. The latter offers a great place to converse with other WNFIN participants. Come back at the end of the November and update your status. Let everyone know if you met the challenge and finished your project in 30 days.
That’s it. Unless you also want to share what you learned from the blog, but hopefully you’ve also done that during the course of the month by commenting on individual posts.
Easy schmeazy, right? Right. Good luck!
To find out more, click here.
If you want to find out more about the nonfiction writer who founded WNFIN, click here.