NaNoWriMo (With MS) Update – Day 23 Plus NaNo Hacks For Busy People

Steve’s doing really well with his NaNoWriMo. So if you have a whole bunch of things in your life that you think are blocking you from writing, take a leaf out of Steve’s book (well, not literally – he might need that to write on!)…

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Day 23.  Been a while since I updated you on my progress.  If anyone is following along, you are probably thinking ‘No Update = NaNo Fail.  Well, I hate to break it to you, but I’m still in the game!  I’ve had a few days where my health has made it difficult to hit my word totals, more health updates further down this page.

NaNoWriMo hacks – Scroll down to find out where you can find extra minutes in your day to help with NaNoWriMo. These will work for even the BUSIEST writer.

As you can see from the above graph, I have managed to stay just above the ‘average’ line. You will also see that some days I slipped very close to being under that line. I had one day where I was about 1000 words short. That was a bad day. I had several other days where I had…

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About Alannah Foley

Alannah Foley... aka 'The Pyjama Writer' Author of Light Mysteries, Campervan Capers, Cycling Widows, and more... To find out more go to www.thepyjamawriter.com
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One Response to NaNoWriMo (With MS) Update – Day 23 Plus NaNo Hacks For Busy People

  1. Thanks Alannah! It’s a lt harder than I thought, particularly when I’m trying to blog about it as well!

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