What is NaNoWrimo?
National Novel Writing Month happens every November! It’s a fun, seat-of-your-pants writing event where the challenge is to complete an entire novel in just 30 days. For one month, you get to lock away your inner editor, let your imagination take over, and just create!
That means participants begin writing November 1 and must finish by midnight, November 30. The word-count goal is 50,000 words.
No matter the genre (fiction, non-fiction, poetry) everyone can join in on the fun.
Citrus County NaNoers
Please join us. Just do the following
- Sign up at the Official NaNoWriMo website
- Join our NaNo Region
- Visit our Helpful Tricks Guide
- Get ready to write starting November 1
About Your ML
Hey everyone, I’m Breezy Jones, the ML for the Citrus County Region. I’m a wife to my husband Kyle and a mother to a beautiful four year old daughter. I am not a published author but I do hope to be in a year or two. I actually just finished my first novel doing Nano two years ago. Afterwords I ended up hating it, tore it apart and rewrote it during last years Nano. This year I’m excited to say I have a whole new novel I’m working on.
As for our region! I have so many exciting ideas including, but not limited to engaging write-ins all over citrus county, online forums and even some giveaways! I’m super active on our Facebook page Here. I’m always happy to make new friends, and open to all your ideas and suggestions. So as always I encourage you to reach out to me for any reason at all. You can contact me through the webpage Here. On FB as Breezy Jones.
When you donate, you not only support people’s novel writing dreams, you help transform people into creators who see new possibilities in the world—and act on them.
- Did you know it costs $39,000 to run our Municipal Liaison program, which empowers 900+ volunteers to coordinate in-person write-ins around the world?
- Did you know it costs $43,000 to send our Young Writers Program classroom kits, free-of-charge, to 2,000 classrooms around the world?
- Did you know it costs $55,000 to keep the forums on the NaNoWriMo site up and running, and fully moderated as a creative space for 300,000+ writers?