Camp NaNoWriMo Frenzy (with STUDENTS!)

A FIVE STEP PROCESS TO NOVEL WRITING As if participating in NaNoWriMo during the month of November (and WINNING!) wasn't a lofty enough task to take on, I've decided to invite my students to take the ride to CampNaNoWriMo during the month of April. While some had entered my second semester Writers' Workshop class relieved... Continue Reading →

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Day 24 :Reaching Goals, NaNoWriMo Style

I was turned onto NaNoWriMo by a colleague, who was challenging her Writers' Workshop class to set a writing goal for November in the young adult division; she suggested I participate too, since she knows I love to write novels. I was ambivalent, at first, for two reasons: it occurs during a busy month (Thanksgiving... Continue Reading →

IWriNo

Yes, I am. I've committed to writing a novel through the NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month) project. This means I have exactly one month (from November 1- November 30) to write a 50,000 (or more) word novel. I was turned onto the project by a colleague who has challenged her Writers' Workshop students with the... Continue Reading →

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