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National Novel Writing Month
National Novel Writing Month (also known as NaNoWriMo) is an annual creative writing project coordinated by the non-profit organization The Office of Letters and Light. Spanning the month of November, the project challenges participants to write 50,000 words of a new novel in one month. The project has been running since July 1999 by Chris Baty and started out with only 21 participants.
This description uses material from the Wikipedia article on National Novel Writing Month and is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License (view authors).


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Note added by Alicia. 7 months ago
I did not reach 50,000 words, but I have a good bit of writing to work with to either continue or recycle into something different.
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Note added by Marie Waltzing. 9 months ago
33 412 words... Was a little ahead, fell a little behind, seems like now I'm write on track... Keep going!
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Note added by reallyninja. 10 months ago
At the end of day 5 (yesterday) I was ahead of schedule so I hope I can keep it up. I don't particularly like the story or the characters much at this point but I'm persevering because a rotten novel is still better than no novel at all, amiright? If anything, this is about keeping going and getting into the routine of writing every single day. It will be good for me. After this month I am probably not going to be editing this novel anyway but starting a new one. And then just keep writing at least 1,000 words every day. Hopefully one day they'll turn into good words.
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Note added by Marie Waltzing. 10 months ago
12 130 words as I start on Monday morning. Week-end is over, life's getting back in its right track. I hope I can go on with the same energy and inspiration!
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Note added by reallyninja. 10 months ago
Day 2 down.
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Note added by Anne van Elderen. 3 years ago
I participated several times, now I just need to actually accomplish those 50.000 words.
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Note added by Jan Oda. 3 years ago
Signed up for NaNoWrimo 2015: http://nanowrimo.org/participants/pameluke
20 days in, I've written every day, with a current average of 1591 words/day. Crossed the 30k milestone yesterday, broke my words/day record twice (currently 3055!), and all of that in my second language.
So even if I don't make it until the end, I'm pretty happy with my progress and participation so far. Woohoo
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Note added by Victoria . 3 years ago
50,000 word novel
divided by 30 days in November

Average of 1667 words a day
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Note added by Ana-Maria DeRosa. 5 years ago
NaNoWriMo, National Novel Writing Month, is a competition to write a 50,000-word novel entirely in November
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Note added by Ana-Maria DeRosa. 5 years ago
NaNoWriMo, National Novel Writing Month, is a competition to write a 50,000-word novel entirely in November
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Note added by Melissa Kwan. 5 years ago
Modified to NaKnitMo, Goal of 50,000 Stitches in November 2013
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Note added by Nikie Veld. 6 years ago
Book about me
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Note added by Suzanne Hemond. 6 years ago
I did NaPoWriMo in April 2013 and wrote 30 poems in 30 days. Poetry is the medium I feel most comfortable in. I will also make a brave attempt at NaNoWriMo in November.
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Note added by Victoria Birrell. 6 years ago
Idea: Everyone has limited use of the internet in their lifetime starting from birth.
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Note added by Travis McClain. 6 years ago
It didn't go very well, but I did participate!
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Note added by Alice Shearon. 6 years ago
13/12/12 - I didn't get very far in, maybe 6 days at most. But I got further than I ever have before and I never said I needed to complete it! Maybe next year (but probably not).
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Participated, and WON! xD
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Note added by Sadie Beth. 6 years ago
Started 11/1/12
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Note added by Hania . 6 years ago
Just started! Let's see if I can hit the 50,000 mark.
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Note added by Kimberly. 7 years ago
Have done Nano twice, but would like to complete it at least once more before day zero.
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Note added by Megan Bottomley. 7 years ago
November 2011
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Note added by Katie. 7 years ago
(or 50k novel in a month, not necessarily NaNo itself)
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Note added by Lauren Mateer. 7 years ago
November 2011
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Note added by B.. 7 years ago
Won NaNo 2011
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Note added by Heidi B. 7 years ago
Second year in a row!
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Note added by Hania . 7 years ago
http://www.nanowrimo.org/eng/whatisnano Between the 1st and 30th of November 2012, I will write 50,000 words
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Note added by Erin Laborda. 8 years ago
6/11/11 - I've been told by two different people this week that I ought to write a book. Dad suggested that I write a collection of essays. Given my painfully short attention span, that might be just the format for me!
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Note added by Heidi B. 8 years ago
2010.
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Note added by Brittany Jewell. 8 years ago
Completed November 30th, 2010