There’s about 3 days left until NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month) begins. I repeat. About 3 days left!
Addison lowered herself onto the stiff couch beside the armchair w
here the interviewer sat. Her face was stiff, showing her discomfort. It was apparent that she didn’t want to be here.
“Now remember, Addison. This is for the kingdom’s newspaper. You’re bound to honesty,” said the interviewer.
*deep breath* Yes, that’s right. Just a few days ago I officially decided to join in on Camp NaNoWriMo. Currently, I’ve been working more and more on my novel’s new second draft (I’m calling it Forgiven: 2nd Draft 2.0) and I figured that since I’ve just started on getting chapter one ready to write, I’d join in to maybe help motivate myself more.
In case you’re wondering what Camp NaNo is:
This helpful website is perfect for fixing and cleaning up sentences for anything from essays to reports and stories. It helps you through complex and dense sentences, common errors, suggesting bigger words for small and common words, adverbs, and more.
I personally find this website useful since I tend to do a lot of run-on and complex sentences.
I know how serious preparation can get when it comes to NaNoWriMo. Especially if you’re like me and have a weird obsessions with filling out worksheets for fun and know that there’s always going to be new ideas to come out of it. So here is a group of worksheets I’ve created for you guys to freely download, printout, whatever. I’m warning you now that I’ve never really created worksheets before, or dealt with styles and formatting of such things, so you guys will have to bare with how I’ve created them.
These are just links to my dropbox, if anyone wanted to know.
Please Note: You don’t have to use these just for your NaNoWriMo novel, you can even use these for anything you desire!