This kind of math doesn’t make sense unless you put NaNoWriMo behind it.  So, here’s the English version of the equation.  50,000 words plus 30 days equals 1 book!

November is National Novel Writing Month.  So you need to get ready beforehand.  There are many things to do if you want to be successful.  Getting 1667 word out every day is daunting enough task, you don’t want to derail your productivity train with trivial activities that you can do before hand.

Come to the Beverly Branch Library on Saturday, August 13th at 1:oo p.m.

(2121 W. 95th Street, Chicago, IL 60643)

FLOW presents 50,000 + 30 = 1 :  How to be a NaNoWriMo Pro.

I will be presenting tips, tools and resources to get you on the road to getting your book out of your head and into reality.

Admission Free – Refreshments provided

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