Five Mistakes To Avoid in Your NaNoWriMo Novel

I know it’s only week two of NaNoWriMo, but it is never too early to start thinking about editing your novel. In fact, that should be extra motivation to keep forging ahead.

Here are five mistakes you should watch out for when your first draft is finished and you’re ready to proofread.

I’ll see you at the finish line.

Five Mistakes To Avoid in Your NaNoWriMo Novel

Also if you didn’t know, Grammarly is hosting a #GrammoWriMo Novel Ideas Competition. You might find yourself on the receiving end of some great prizes. All you have to do is submit a pitch for a novel idea to socialmedia@grammarly.com
by November 13th.

Happy writing!

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8 thoughts on “Five Mistakes To Avoid in Your NaNoWriMo Novel

  1. I’ll have to read these more closely when NaNo is done. I’m killing the word count so far, and my greatest enemy is stopping to edit every few paragraphs. That’s one of the reasons I’m doing NaNo, to get myself away from editing as I write, as I’ve found this hampers me a little bit. But everyone is different! I hope it’s going well for you!

    1. Mm I forgot to mention that people can bookmark the page and come back to it later. That’s awesome. Why is editing so tempting? 😉 I’m glad to hear your novel is going well. So long as I manage to write everyday, I consider that a success.

      1. Yes, exactly. I’d been in such a slump for a month or so, it’s been refreshing to just get words on ‘paper.’ Although, right now, most of it seems to consist of soliloquies and description and character development. Meh. Plot can come later, right? 🙂

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