What is Preptober? 5 tips for getting NaNoWriMo ready

Uninspired Writers

October is here, and for many writers that means Preptober is here. If you’ve seen the phrase about recently, you might be wondering what it is. Preptober is essentially the lead up to National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo), a worldwide event that takes place every November and encourages writers to write 50,000 of a novel in a month. To make sure you’re ready to take on the challenge, Preptober is your chance to get what you need in order. As such, I’m sharing five tips for getting NaNoWriMo ready

Assess your goals, your time, and get signed up
It’s important first of all to work out if you’ve got time to take part. 50,000 words a month breaks down to around 1,666 words a day. That is a manageable chunk in many ways, but it might be too much depending on your other commitments. Writing should be fun and if…

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