Come join us at the first of two “online writing camp experiences.” To register please visit the Official Camp NaNoWriMo Site. Unsure of what it is, please READ ABOUT IT HERE. Our cabin has been created. To be invited to it, I need your Camp NaNoWriMo site username. Please fill out the form below…
Things to get done by October 31. Make sure you mark your calendar so that you can attend the major events (Kick-off Party and the After Party). You also want to, when possible, attend a write-in at your local library. All upcoming events can be found on the Events Page. If you know anyone who…
*Become a Published Author – 3 hour workshop* (the same presentation will be presented at each location. Topics to be covered: Editing/Cover Art, Getting Published, Marketing)*
*Topic: And the plot thickens… (the importance of plot and how to make it work)*
*Topic: You’re such a character! (creating/developing your characters*
*Topic: Where in the world…? (world building/setting)*
*Topic: In the Beginning (how to get started)*
You’re absent-mindedly singing to yourself, when suddenly the topic of the song comes true.
You’re making your way down a cobbled street when a stocky, red-bearded man beckons you into an alley. He reaches into his coat, produces a locket on a long gold chain, and hands it to you. Upon opening the locket, you find a four-leaf clover pressed beneath a small glass pane….
Write a scene that includes a character speaking a different language, speaking in a thick accent, or otherwise speaking in a way that is unintelligible to the other characters. (Note: You don’t necessarily need to know the language the character is speaking—be creative with it!)