Many writers are counting down the days. In fact, they have just 21 left until October ends and they take the challenge.
No, they won’t be writing novels in November, although many aspiring and published fiction writers do. They will be writing all types of nonfiction during National Nonfiction Writing Month (NaNonFiWriMo), best know as the Write Nonfiction in November (WNFIN) Challenge.
Rise to the Challenge
You, too, can rise to the challenge during November. You can start and finish a work of nonfiction—an essay, article, query, proposal, report, manifesto, or book—of any type or length in 30 days. WNFIN is a personal challenge, not a contest. It’s about you meeting your own goals and achieving your potential.
All it takes is a decision. Make up your mind to devote November to writing that nonfiction project that has been in your head. Decide to get it out of your mind and onto paper—in 30 days or less.
Get the Support You Need
As you do so, this blog and a brand new FREE forum support you. You can register for the forum and then communicate with other participants during the month. This allows them to serve as your accountability partners and support group. You can chat with them in the forum, as will as on the Facebook page.
Plus, you can read 30 blog posts written by experts in the areas of creativity, craft, publishing, promotion, and authorpreneurship. This provides educational support.
This year, WNFIN has an amazing roster of 28 expert guest bloggers. (The remaining days are covered by me!) I’m proud to announce that they are:
- Rachel Cornell, The Pronagger
- Laura West, creative business coach
- Roy Peter Clark, author and “America’s Writing Coach”
- Linda Formichelli, author and freelance writer
- Rochelle Melander, author and writing coach
- Mary Knipple, creativity coach
- Denis Ledoux, founder of The Memoir Network and November Is Life Writing Month
- Linda Joy Myers, author and founder of The National Association of Memoir Writers
- Dinty Moore, author and director of creative writing at Ohio University
- Toni Robino, editor and ghostwriter
- Roger Parker, author and book and marketing coach
- Ellen Violet, The Ebook Coach
- Kristen Eckstein, The Ultimate Book Coach
- Mike Larsen, author and literary agent
- Joel Friedlander, book designer and self-publishing expert
- Mark Coker, founder of Smashwords.com
- Stephanie Chandler – Marketing Plan
- Dana Lynn Smith, The Savvy Bookmarketer
- Penny Sansevieri, author and founder Author Marketing Experts, Inc
- Dindy Yokel, PR, marketing, communications and branding expert
- Linda Lee, WordPress expert
- Denise Wakeman, blogging expert and found of The Blog Squad
- Frances Caballo, author and social media expert
- John Kremer, author and book promotion expert
- Patrick Schwerdtfeger, author and keynote speaker
- Ellen Britt, online marketing strategist
- Kathleen Gage, strategic Internet marketing expert
- Peter Bowerman, author and self-publishing expert
Will you rise to the challenge?
I hope so.