NaNoWriMo 2011 Useful Links
I have created Links for the NaNoWriMo 2011 challenge at the bottom of this blog, which I will be referring to pretty constantly for my writing in NaNoWriMo 2011. I hope you will find them useful to you as well for your writing.
If you hold your mouse cursor over each Link, you will see a short write-up of it.
A quick introduction of the categories of Links for NaNoWriMo 2011:
(1) Audio & Visuals
You can listen to sounds and browse through videos here for writing ideas to spike your creativity, this selection is of of the creative type.
(2) Forums/Q&A/Search Engines
If you need to ask questions or ask for help or just search for information generally, this selection is good for that.
These sites are awesome to trigger ideas and inspiration in writing.
If you need word ideas and check word definitions, please use the sites here.
These tools are really useful for participation in online activities like NaNoWriMo 2011. They are great for facilitating writing. And very eco friendly too!
(6) Other Learn, Think, Create Sites
I have also added my other blog, “The Modern Homemakers” under the Links section called “Other Learn, Think, Create Sites”. Please do check it out too for other tips in participating in continuing education (yes, NaNoWriMo 2011 is continuing education isn’t it, you are forcing out a 50,000 novel in 1 month’s time) and e learning/online education (and we are all learning to write isn’t it in an e learning/online education platform).
NaNoWriMo 2011 – The Modern Homemakers’ One Stop Blog For Your Writing Tools And Tips
I hope the above selection will be useful for your writing. The idea is to put all the useful writing tools and tips in The Modern Homemakers @ NaNoWriMo 2011 for my own easy reference in participating in NaNoWriMo 2011. But I would love to share them with you so that we can help each other out in our writing. Hope you like such sharing and please share this blog entry with others who may benefit from this selection such as other NaNoWriMo 2011 writers you know. The sharing buttons are below this blog entry.
And I will also be using ideas from the guys at WordPress’s The Daily Post (I have signed up with WordPress for its Post A Day Challenge) for the novel where appropriate. It would be fun to marry up the 2 writing projects.
And please do continue to drop by The Modern Homemakers @ NaNoWriMo 2011 for more writing tools and tips. Every time I find something useful on writing, I will post them here for sharing. I will also post here my entire novel (from start to finish). I hope to make the 50,000 word count. Please also remind me to keep to it if you see me falling way behind my word count! There is a cute cartoon word count meter at the bottom of The Modern Homemakers @ NaNoWriMo 2011. Current word count is “0” as I cant start yet till 1 November 2011! Thanks very much.
I don’t expect top notch stuff to come out from this. Not feeling very confident at the moment. But I just want to try.
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