Whew! Did you cross the finish line with 50,000 words or more, or did you find yourself hitting the wall around 30,000 and calling it a day? Say you barely did 10K words before the desire just wasn’t there?
No worries. Nowata Press is here to help you get from blank page (or where ever you find yourself after NaNo) to published.
Let’s schedule your free, one hour consultation. There we’ll answer your questions on how we can best help you achieve your writing and publishing goals.
Will this be the year you write that first draft? You’ll read that a lot in the coming days as writers the world over are gearing up to meet this year’s NaNoWriMo challenge. What’s that you say? You’ve never heard of NaNo?
Well, Nowata Press to the rescue.
From their site,
National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) is a fun, seat-of-your-pants approach to creative writing.
On November 1, participants begin working towards the goal of writing a 50,000-word novel by 11:59 PM on November 30.
Valuing enthusiasm, determination, and a deadline, NaNoWriMo is for anyone who has ever thought about writing a novel.
So, if you’ve been harboring a secret desire to write a novel, here’s your chance to join a world-wide community of word smiths as they power through thirty days of noveling frenzy.
I see the doubt in your eyes. You’re wondering if it really can be done. Well, I’ve successfully drafted 50K or more words for three of my published novels.
Our first and so far best known publishing client, W. Owens (you can read a bit about her here) earned her first badge in 2016 and went on to utilize our coaching and production management services to have her first ever published book in her hands six months later.
If you’ve always wanted to write – fiction or non, now is the time to get set to make that dream come true. For an extra boost, sign up for an hour consultation with Nowata Press. We can coach you through setting up your novel and how to fit writing time into your already busy schedule. Click here for more information!
Only 8 days until the words fly, will you make this the year? :-).
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