Hoorah! The powers that be have opened the doors at NaNoWriMo 2015!
The first step – if you are new to NANO, is to Register: choose a pen name and write your author bio. Here’s what mine says.
While there’s a large international community of Wrimos via the NaNoWriMo website, you can also meet up and write with other Wrimos in your local region.
Most regions have a determined and helpful volunteer (called a Municipal Liaison – ML for short) whose job is to organize local write-ins. These gatherings happen before 1 November (the Kick-Off meeting), about 15 November (the MidWay meeting) and early in December (TGIO – thank goodness it’s over!).
I was ML for Devon and Cornwall a while back. It was a combined region then but is now back to being two separate regions; I belong to both.
As ML, I traveled all over both counties, meeting with fellow Wrimos, and inspiring them to complete their 50,000 words. This year, I am not an ML, and I’m staying put here in Salcombe.
However, I will be offering online encouragement through a series of free webinars. My NANO KICK-OFF webinar will be on Monday 26 October and there are three-time slots: 10.30am, 2pm, and 8pm.
What will on the menu?
- How NaNoWriMo Works
- Where inspiration comes from .. and how to tap into your creative mind
- Tips on time management and survival
If you would like an invite to these and subsequent webinars – all NANO related – click here.
AND DON’T FORGET TO REGISTER!
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