T-Minus 10….Thousand Words

This will probably be my final check in for NaNoWriMo. I figure it’s the final stretch, and most people will either want to sprint through it or make up for lost time, so I won’t waste too much of your time–just cheer you on. If you’re on pace, you have just under 10,000 words left. Keep pushing. Heck, push harder so you can relax a bit on Thanksgiving. And if you’re not taking a day off on Thanksgiving, at least push ahead as insurance against a carb coma.

And, if you’re already thinking about your post-NaNoWriMo writing and editing, you may want to check out Chuck Wendig’s NaNoWriMo Bundle. He’s selling six books at a steep discount until the end of the month, and his books are full of great advice. I reviewed the first volume in the bundle–250 THINGS YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT WRITING–here. Check out the review if you want a taste of his advice. If you’re feeling wiped out and in need of a boot to the ass, or if you just like your writing advice with tons of colorful cursing, this is for you. I really enjoyed the first book, and I can’t wait to read the rest.

Good luck, finish strong, and I’ll see you on the other side.