It is that time of year, again; JuNoWriMo. This writing challenge is very special to me because it was this time last year that I wrote my first full length novel. I also meet some great blogging writers who are actually active in all stages of this writing process and are great resources for any writer. Special shout out to the creators of JuNoWriMo, A.E. Howard and Becca J. Campbell.
And, this year, I was asked to be one of the sprint leader for JuNoWriMo and I am honored because the sprint leaders from last year made all the difference in the world in me not only writing 50,000 words, but writing an additional 25,000 to finish the novel.
We are just on day three, it’s not to late to sign up and join me every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday from 7:00 to 9:00 pm for some writing sprints. #junowrimo #wordsprints
Post to Ponder
Writer Wednesday Blog Hop – Flash Fiction – The Space Stations – Just a short piece I wrote. Hope you like it.
So, You Want to Write a Book? Let Go of the Guilt by Angi Black – Life is always there to get in the way, but no need to feel guilt when your doing what you love.
June is for New Goals & JuNoWriMo by Felicia Scotzig – More JuNoWriMo motivation.
Writing is Best When we Get out of our own Way by Kristen Lamb – Kristen say writing fast helps keep us out of our own way. Another yea for WriMo.
The Art of Milking a Critique by Jodi Thompson – Great tips if your ready to join a critique group.
I participated in the coolest blogfest last week, The W
hip It Good Blogfest where we shared our WIP. Here are the ones I would purchase.
- Nick Wilford – Sci Fi – Man has neurosurgery to increase his confidence.
- Tina at Life is Good – Worlds Colliding – Space Opera meets Tom Clancy
- Hunter – Blue Popcorn – Psychological Thriller – nationality and generational clashes.
- Silver Lining – YA Romance – it was this line in her synopsis that got me, “She buys fries from the McDonald’s on Dover Street; he can buy the McDonald’s on Dover Street.”
- Kate Larkindale – Stumped – YA Contemporary -It’s American Pie meets The Sessions as a 16-year-old double amputee struggles to dump the burden of his virginity.
- PK Hrezo – Butterman (Time) Travel, Inc. – New Adult light Sci Fi romance – Anxious to attend that relative’s wedding you missed a few years ago? Or curious to see how your children invest their inheritance after you’re gone?
- JE Fritz – Collapse – YA Dystopian/apocalyptic – Bullies used to be a problem for her. Now she’sslightly more worried about being gunned down by people she once called “neighbor”
Check them out and tell me which one look good to you.Next Week’s Schedule Wednesday –
8 thoughts on “My Weekly Update – JuNoWriMo”
The Heroes and Villains Blogfest sounds fun! I may need to get in on that!
Congratulations on being a sprint leader!
Participating in the Heroes and Villains blogfest although my post will go up a day early.
Best of luck on the word count! I have never done very well with either wrimos. But I did finish A-Z this year, so that’s something!
Congrats, Mz Sprint Leader! I’ll be cheering you on. 🙂 Besides working on editing 2 projects of my own, the sprint times don’t work for me as I have rehearsals every Thursday evening and writers group meetings every other Wednesday night. 🙂
Congrats on being a Sprint Leader!
Good luck with JuNoWriMo and congrats on being a sprint leader this year! I’ll be cheering you on from the sidelines (I’m editing my WIP this month).
wow you are busy busy!
i love your quick descriptions of those wips! great job! looking forward to them getting published!
Good luck honey! 🙂