Which is why, after another abandoned attempt to complete NaNoWriMo, I set up a different challenge for myself: I would write up a 60,000 word novel* in two months. 1,000 words a day — how hard could that be?
The answer: pretty hard. But not impossible. Here’s how I did it and how you can do it, too. Remember though, the point of this exercise is not to create a full-fledged book in a month. This merely gives you something to work with. It’s a way to get all of your ideas on paper, see what works and fix what doesn’t and show yourself that you can get that novel out.
With that in mind, read on.
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