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December 8, 2011 / sharoncopy

NaNoWriMo – say, what?

National Novel Writing Month– November of each year there is a challenge for new writers to finally put those ideas for a novel onto paper (or computer). The goal is to write 50,000 words in one month – a very big challenge since that is 1667 words per day! My daughters Julie and Amy did it! Hurray! I am still looking forward to the privilege of getting to read it at some point.

Special thanx to Cynthia Baumann who was the Municipal Liaison who organized several locations for “Wrimos” to get together and encourage one another. Julie and Amy went to the meetings at the Lower Providence Library to a few meetings at the Norristown Library also. Writers encouraged one another.

Hopefully the article that I wrote about NaNo will be printed in the Times Herald sometime this week. If so, I will link it.

from left to right: Michelle Therrien (Norristown), Nicole Forst (Lansdale), Stephen Kittel (King of Prussia), Patty Kline (Capaldo), Cynthia Baumann – Municipal Liason (Eagleville),
                          Linda Courtemanche (Royersford), Julie Chandler (Norristown), Amy Bratcher (Norristown)

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  1. Cat / Dec 8 2011 1:25 pm

    Way to go!!!

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