How to Win NaNoWriMo Every Year | Write a Novel in 30 Days

Rebecca Kelsey Sampson, Creator of worlds (and babies)

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9 Videos (21m)
    • Introduction

    • The 5 Success Principles - Overview

    • Success Principle #1 - Planning and Outlining

    • Success Principle #2 - Joining the NaNo Community

    • Your Class Project

    • Success Principle #3 - Having Accountability Partners

    • Success Principle #4 - Having a Personal Goal

    • Success Principle #5 - Making the Time

    • Bloopers! ^.^


About This Class

Learn how to write 50,000 words in a month during National Novel Writing Month with these fool-proof success principles in a less than 30-minute Skillshare course, created by YA Fantasy writer Rebecca Kelsey Sampson. With this course, you will be on your way to winning NaNoWriMo, whether you are a NaNo novice or someone that has been participating for years. Also great for the twice a year Camp NaNoWriMo sessions.

In this Skillshare class, we will cover the basics of what NaNoWriMo is, how it helps your writing, why people fail NaNoWriMo, and what techniques will help you manage the 50,000 word deadline. 

Rebecca will also share her tips and tricks for time management when you have a job and a family (on top of novel writing), how to outline your novel, and community involvement during this unique national novel writing event in her premium Skillshare class How to Win NaNoWriMo Every Year.

8 of 8 students recommendSee All

Nice delivery. Good clarity, and helpful tips.
Rebecca is enthusiastic and her presentation The course material is to the point. I missed this year's NaNo but am inspired to try next year.





Rebecca Kelsey Sampson

Creator of worlds (and babies)

Hey, my name is Rebecca. There are a few things about me that you should know.

I'm a Hufflepuff surrounded by Gryffindor Jedi. If I'm ignoring your text messages, it's probably because I'm in the middle of writing my novel. NaNoWriMo is my favorite holiday. I don't care if you don't think it counts as a holiday. After mom and dad, my son's first word was kitty. I think that's the best thing ever. When I'm stressed, I binge read books and dream about zombies. Grandma says we're rel...

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