No Plot? No Problem! Revised, Part Three

Looking for Part One? Click here!
Or the lead into Week One? Try here.

Here we are, Week Two!

The fervour of Week One has had some great effects, but as Baty points out, Week Two is a bit of a different ball game. Or, as Baty says, there’s a storm coming.

Thankfully, there are the warnings so it’s clear this happens to everyone and that Week Three is worth the slog. Which, if you’ve done this crazy novel month thing before you already know but the reminder is nice. And timely.

The advice in this section is, as usual, pretty on the mark for what NaNoWriMo is about. Write the word count, you or your characters will find something to fill it with, and this is the roughest of rough drafts. Just keep writing.

Of course, that comes with caveats, tips, and some motivational insight so that the idea of getting it written rather than right comes through. Including how to get your support network coming in to help get you out of some plot trouble! Some of which I haven’t used before, and I may just test out this time around.

 

There are a heap of little tips and tricks that are from NaNoWriMo Winners, and again, there are some new ones for me so I am really glad I read it. Especially since Week Two really can be a hard slog.

Sleeping Helper

Week One can be exhausting!

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