Michael Moorcock, who is apparently even crazier than April Kihlstrom, has some fascinating advice for writing a novel in three days. The trick about dividing 60,000 words into four sections is more or less exactly what I’m doing with my NaNo novel, and so far it’s working really well. It forces me to take one bird at a time. Maybe his methods will be help us build some momentum this weekend so we don’t faceplant over Thanksgiving.
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