How to Write a Novel in a Month and Succeed at NaNoWriMo with Advanced Tips from Pro Writers

Posted By Stephen Bennett 01 Nov 2015


A study of 2000 NaNoWriMo writers has discovered the most effective tips to help you write a novel in 30 days.

Whether you are undertaking NaNoWriMo this November, attempting Camp NaNoWrimo or want the best advice on how to write a novel in a month, Stop Procrastinating’s study of 2000 NaNoWriMo writers provides proven strategies that work.

Writing 1667 words per day for National Writing Month can seem tough, but now we have the best solutions to help keep you writing creatively right to the very end of the month.

How do we know this?

Because we asked more than 2000 writers who regularly undertake NaNoWriMo to tell us their best, sometimes most secretive strategies, that ensures they stick to their writing schedules.

But we asked more than that.

We also asked how they kept creative when the pressure was on. We found out what they did to keep themselves motivated and what they did to overcome writer’s block.

And we found out what distracted them when they were writing. It won’t come as a surpass to learn that checking Facebook instead of writing was near the top of the list.

And we didn’t stop there.

We also asked how they fitted in writing so many words each day when they had jobs, families and busy lives. The answers were surprising.

Find all the answers in our insightful infographic below. Remember to click on the infographic to see a larger version. 



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