Writer’s Digest | Close Out the Second Half of #NaNoWriMo on a Strong Note

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We’re coming up to the end. (And, I’m sure my readers are tired of reading that phrase!) We are in the last two weeks of NaNoWriMo, and even if you aren’t technically half-way through your novel, you’ve written a good chunk! Don’t give up now. You’re doing something great. Something lots of people aspire to, and you shouldn’t beat yourself up no matter how far you get. You’re taking a step toward making a dream come true, and that’s never wasted effort.

So, Cris Freese, writing for “There Are No Rules”, did a great job collecting bits of advice on how to stay strong (or stay the course?) into the concluding weeks, days, and hours of one of the most well-known, month-long contests in the world.

Read the entire article by clicking the link below, and enjoy an excerpt about the finding the motivation and inspiration to see it through to the end.

How to Close Out the Second Half of NaNoWriMo on a Strong Note | WritersDigest.com.

You’re almost there; you’re halfway through National Novel Writing Month, at least based on the calendar. Whether or not you’re halfway through your goal to 50,000 words (or whatever your goal this month is) may be another story….So how are you going to motivate yourself to finish what you’ve started? Have you been through a deadline like this previously? How did you survive?