No Plot? No Problem! Revised, Part Two

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Week One, it begins!

Ah, the introduction to the Inner Editor. I always love this section of the book. It’s one of my favourites because Week One is exciting, and I have total permission to leave my Inner Editor with a collection of others so she doesn’t come back whinging about being ignored. It’s a lovely feeling.

Baty has once again made the whole process of starting the first week of a crazy adventure engaging. He also manages to convey the contradictory nature of NaNoWriMo in a way that makes it much more fun because the premise is ridiculous.

And the tips and tricks are definitely a great introduction for new Wrimos, and a good reminder for those who’ve made the crazy trip into Noveland before. You can forget things when it’s been a few months since you started at the start.

It is going to be crazy, run with your characters and do your best to get a buffer of word count.

Make sure you Inner Editor hasn’t snuck out of containment.

Enjoy the process.

The Pep Talks and tips from NaNoWriMo winners should give further ideas on how to make this first week successful.

And with that, I should go actually write the first words for this attempt. Week One, enthusiasm and beyond!

The Fluffy Cat decides my Magna Cartas will do. For now.

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