Calliope Writing


How to Survive Hitting NaNoWriMo’s Halfway Point

 It’s officially the midpoint of National Novel Writing Month: November 15.

By the end of today, you “should” have 25,000 words plastered on paper or screen. That sounds a little overwhelming to me – and I know I’m not alone.

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Successfully Getting Over the Midway Hump

To help you get over the hump that often pops up for NaNoWriMo participants around this time, I’ve compiled a list of articles with invaluable info.

Virtual Event – Don’t forget to respond!

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If you haven’t joined my virtual event on Facebook, there’s still time!
The second part of the event can be found here. Be sure to “attend” if you’re taking part in NaNoWriMo – I’ll begin sharing writing-related tips and articles on this second part of the event beginning tomorrow, November 16. Until then, I’ll continue posting in the first part of the virtual event, which can be found here.

Two Awesome NaNoWriMo-Inspired Giveaways

Love books and writing tools? Want to win some?! Then you obviously want to enter the two giveaways I’m hosting in honor of this crazy month.
Enter the Reading & Writing Treasure Trove giveaway here, and enter the Book Lover’s Paradise giveaway here. Want more info about what’s included in each prize pack? Check out this post, which outlines the specifics.

Need Some Inspiration?

It’s been a rough week, especially for those of us in the USA.

The following short film, Prophet, is both timely and thought-provoking. Give it a watch and be sure to share it if you dig it. You can also follow Prophet on Instagram and Facebook.


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