It's almost time for NaNoWriMo. We know the NaNo deal: Thirty days to write 50,000 words.
I've read a few NaNo themed posts. There are some fabulous tips out there for how to approach it. And, if you don't want to NaNo, there are posts waiting. As for me? I don't hate the concept. I love the idea that NaNo pushes you to write. I like that the goal encourages making time write. But will I be doing NaNo? No.
Everything in me wants to say I'll do NaNo every year, but I always seem to be in the middle of a WIP when NaNo rolls round (or editing one). This year is no different (I'm in the writing stage).
So I've got a few links for if you still aren't decided:
Thinking of saying yes to NaNo? Elana Johnson talks about gearing up for NaNo. Ali Cross also has some reasons for NaNo-ing.
Thinking of saying No to NaNo? Check out the annual Dear John letter to NaNoWriMo by Maggie Stiefvater.
What about you? Will you be NaNo-ing this year? Any tips for making the process easier.