For the Artists Who Like to Remain Strictly Out of the Box
In November, there are two types of people that come out of the woodworks: those wishing to grow the greatest mustache and those wishing to write the greatest novel in only 30 days. For purposes of this publishing space, the latter will be discussed in detail. Unfortunately, the former will end here, along with many young men’s hopes and dreams.
Thankfully, this month presents people with more than a longing for Thanksgiving and the anger many feel towards the beginning of Christmas Carols that seem to start a little too early. Many refer to November as NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month). It is an idea that helps people get to writing the novel that they have either been putting off month after month, or it I just getting the burgeoning writer to get going on a sought dream.
Whatever the case may be, getting started is the most difficult part. With distractions everywhere coming from everyone we know. With just a few rules, getting going with NaNoWriMo can be done.
The next month of writing isn’t make or break month for your writing career or your love for the written word. It’s a measuring stick that you are putting yourself up to. If you are willing to take a little time to yourself every day, then slowly and surely, NaNoWriMo will become more than just a challenge for you. Hopefully, it will become a right of passage.
About Colin Ball
Colin Ball is an Internet Marketing Specialist in Omaha, NE. He currently works for B2 Interactive in the west Omaha area and also recently graduated from Creighton University. You can find out more about Colin and other articles that he has written at http://www.b2interactive.com