Event Type:Adult Library Programs
This workshop introduces the worldwide phenomenon known as NaNoWriMo (or simply "NaNo") which stands for "National Novel Writing Month." Participants in NaNo attempt to write a complete novel during the month of November. Learn about the official NaNoWriMo rules, alternate options (be a pirate!), resources, guidelines, and strategies for success. Whether you're an experienced writer or brand-new to the game, this workshop will show you what all the NaNo fuss is about.
Be sure to check out the NaNoPlanno class on October 10 at 10 a.m. You can register for the class HERE.
About the presenter: Chris Mandeville writes science fiction/fantasy, young adult SF/F, and nonfiction for writers. She’s a full-time writer, multi-year “winner” of NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month), and a proud NaNo Pirate. Her published works include the time travel trilogy, IN REAL TIME (Quake, Shake, and Break), Seeds: a post-apocalyptic adventure, and 52 Ways to Get Unstuck: Exercises to Break Through Writer’s Block. She has been teaching writing workshops for fifteen years. She lives in Colorado with her family and her service dog, Finn.