The Supreme NaNoWriMo Survival Kit: 54 Goodies That I’m Keeping Stocked This NaNoWriMo Season

T. Cole Williams NaNoWriMo 2019, Writer's Trench Leave a Comment

NaNoWriMo season is underway and I couldn’t be more prepared if I lived in a friggin’ Barnes & Noble! This year, I’ve got my kitchen stocked to the ceiling with delicious and healthy snacks, treats, and drinks; I’ve got my motivational accouterments scattered about my office; and I’ve got every app, song, and inspirational piece of work I’ll need to keep myself strung out on word juice for the next thirty days.

IT’S BRILLIANT: How To Choose And Build Upon A Great Story Concept In Three Simple Steps

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Writing a novel takes a lot of work, anywhere from one month (if luck will out) to a year or more, so it’s no wonder writers are often left wondering if the concept they have in mind is even worth their time. Been there, harassed myself over that! From now on, I want an easy way to know for sure, after one day’s worth of work, whether or not my concept is worth pursuing, and so I’ve created the BRILLIANT strategy: three steps to deciding whether or not my crazy story concepts are worth my time.

My Easy-Peasy Guide To Crafting Epic Plot Twists Like A MF Wizard

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There’s nothing worse than finishing your first novel and finding out from your beta readers that the entire plot is predictable AF. It almost feels like there’s no coming back from that. Like, the amount of work it would take to recreate your plot into a sensational piece of work would be an unbearable misery you couldn’t possibly endure.