National Novel Writing Month

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National Novel Writing Month is an awesome opportunity to get your creative juices flowing! Challenge yourself to write 50,000 words in November and write a novel. There are 10 opportunities for you to meet up with others who are participating in #NaNoWriMo at the Batavia Campus, and a final reading on Thursday December 5 in the Union! Get your writing hand ready – we’ll see you there!

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nanowrimo-2November is National Novel Writing Month — or NaNoWriMo for short.

The goal is to write a ‘novel’ — defined as 50,000 words — during the month of November. It won’t be a good novel, you don’t have time to edit, but having done the writing is generally a lot further than most folk get to. December and January are for editing!

Okay, to be honest, I’m not going to get 50,000 words done. Like, I have a day job and something that resembles a life. But I really, really hope to get about 25,000 words done. It’s a fun thing and having a goal like this in a group setting helps everyone.

Genesee is doing its own NaNo meet-ups. The idea is that there’s some moral support and dedicated writing time happening. We’ve set up the following events, they’re all drop-in and low-key. Come when you can, ask for help…

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