Struggling to find the motivation to get those creative juices flowing? Try out a variety of timed writing techniques, from high- to low-tech, to traumatise that inspiration into action.
One of the Nottingham MLs, Pax Asteriae answers questions about NaNo in another Writer Wednesday.
Whether this will be your first Camp NaNoWriMo or you’re an old hand at it, we share our six tips for making your Camp a fun experience.
As sure as Monday rolls around, so does Storymatic Monday! As ever, the gold cards are character and the orange ones are plot, but you can mix and match however your fancy takes you. As ever, if you’re inspired by these, don’t forget to share your stories and snippets here, on our Twitter or Tumblr, Read more about Storymatic Monday — 12th March[…]
Always wanted to join in the NaNoWriMo IRC community, but never sure where to start? This guide takes you through signing up and logging in, as well as explaining some basic IRC commands.
The intrepid pioneer in a series of features on local NaNo writers, author Riza Curtis shares some answers to our moderately probing questions.
A new Storymatic Monday challenge! As ever gold cards are character, orange are plot (or rearrange rules as you wish…!), and have fun with the addition of a wild card! ymaticMonday challenge! As ever gold cards are character, orange are plot (or rearrange rules as you wish…!), and have fun with the addition of a Read more about Storymatic Monday — 5th March[…]