Questions 850: Re-Finding the Groove
Charles asks: "Now that I'm done with school and have time again... how do I get back into the writing groove?" Resources Mentioned The Cat...
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Question 849: Protagonist vs. Protagonist
Herbert asks: "How you would go about writing two protagonists that are each other's main antagonist?" Join us at the Nanogang Forums Falling Down Raiders of...
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Nanogang 2020 Post-Game: Reflections on Writing, Mentorship, and Madness
Today the Nanogang debriefs on their experiences for this NaNoWriMo, discusses their future writing goals, and looks ahead to NaNoWriMo 2021. GailCarriger.com Join us at...
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Nanogang Day 30: Nano for the New Writer
Today we field a question from the forums on first time writers. GailCarriger.com Join us at the Nanogang Forums Word counts Dan 67468 Gail 81587 Tori...
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People around the world use the National Novel Writing Month to provide the motivation to finally write that novel, strike the item off the bucket list. Some people use it to find out if they can do it, to find out if they’ve got what it takes to make a go as a professional writer.

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