Writing Resources: No Plot? No Problem! – by Melissa Donovan…

on Writing Forward:

There are a million ways to approach writing a novel. You can outline your plot. You can create a series of scenes and use note cards to organize them. You can use a tried and proven formula from any number of plotting resources. Or you can create a couple of interesting characters and just start writing.

In 1999 Chris Baty rounded up twenty-one friends and together they embarked on a journey like no other. With no map and no compass, they each set out to write a novel in just one month.

Some of the crew got lost at sea. Others survived the voyage and reached dry land with scrappy but completed novels in hand.

The result? One of the most celebrated writing events in the world: NaNoWriMo.

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3 thoughts on “Writing Resources: No Plot? No Problem! – by Melissa Donovan…

  1. This year will be my first ever attempt at NaNoWriNo, and I’m petrified! Lol. Plot being my biggest challenge, I’m heading over to Amazon to buy that book right now! Great article! Thank you!

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