I started a little bit before November first, and I am writing and publishing my draft chapters on hubpages. After I finish the first draft of the novel I will pull it from hubpages, but readers will get the opportunity to read the novel for free in rough draft form. I will leave the novel up for a week before I pull it for rewriting.
That's awesome! Well done for taking part! I'm a full time student and having a hard time finding the time, but I'm trying to work on a story that I never completed (or really got past page 10) a couple years ago for NaNoWriMo Good luck friend!
Not this year - have an almost full time job (32hrs a week) and a 7.5mth old daughter!
I have been thinking on a story I've got stuck on about a year ago after 80,000 words...might have to pick it up again.
More ideas for novel but no time just yet.
I am. Mostly because I need some drive to finish several stories I already was working for, and what is better drive than seeing the deadline?
Of course, it's a bit more of a quantity above quality for the drive, but at least the story will get written, and edited afterwards.
I might. It depends on whether I can think of anything for it and I have the time.
by lmmartin 7 years ago
I'm starting this as a sharing place for all the writers from Hubpages who are doing the National Novel Writing Month -- 50,000 words in 30 days. For anyone who has any question, see the hub:National Novel Writing Month is here! Who's up for the challenge?http://hubpages.com/hub/National-Writin...
by SJmorningsun25 6 years ago
How are you preparing for this year's National Novel Writing Month? (And if you're not participating . . . c'mon, you're on HubPages! You love to write!)
by CJ Baker 2 years ago
Back in November I wrote a novel has part of NaNoWriMo. Is there anyone else in the same boat? If so, what do you plan on doing with your unpublished novel?Also I am possibly interested in either Beta readers or novel swaps and thought that the HubPages community could be possibly a good place to...
by OPSCisco 2 years ago
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by Alison Graham 14 months ago
Please could someone tell me how to delete a draft (not published) Hub? I have saved a number of Hub titles with the intention of writing and publishing them but no longer want to write on these subjects. I can see how to delete a published Hub, but not a draft one. Many thanks.
by Kari 4 years ago
Have you ever participated in national novel writing month? NanowrimoJust wondering if you have participated and what your experience was like. Did you finish? If you did, was your book published?Did it make a difference to your goals or future writing? How was your overall experience whether you...
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