Hello fellow writers,
As I am almost reaching Camp Nanowrimo's halfway mark, I want to keep the emulation going. Except that there is no existing challenge to cater for my needs.
I plan on finishing my first draft, 120,000 words by the 1st January 2018 without being brain fried in the process. How to keep myself motivated?
I browsed the internet for the last few hours, and although I found few word count trackers, it didn't feel enough for me. Yes I am going to track my progress but will I keep going if I am not accountable to anyone but myself? Who will motivate me when I hit the wall?
I know by experience that without being accountable to a mentor, a publisher, or a community, we can easily become lazy in our writing and never finish that draft.
So I decided to create a First Draft Writing Challenge, starting on the 1st August 2017 and ending on the 1st January 2018. Five months to kickstart your next book with achievable and flexible daily goals, surrounded by a supportive community of like minded writers.
I wish it would be for free but I will be spending time monitoring the community progress as well as moderating a Facebook private group where everyone can share their thoughts, tips, advices, ups and downs.
Send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org , with "First Draft Writing Challenge" in the subject line, to receive more info about the challenge. There are only 100 spots so hurry up.
I am looking forward to kicking off some goals with you.
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