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No. 43 for 2010

Title: No Plot? No Problem! A Low-Stress, High-Velocity Guide to Writing a Novel in 30 Days
Author: Chris Baty
Rating: 5/5
Book: 43/50 (86% completed)
Pages: 172 pgs
Total Pages 15,828/15,000 pages
Next up: Still reading Safe Haven by Nicholas Sparks

I found this book really helpful! It is full of good tips to keep you going during the month of November as you work your way through NanoWriMo. Baty has an awesome sense of humour and there was times during the book that I was laughing. What I love most about this book is that it makes the whole project of writing 50,000 words in a month seem less terrifying. I am glad I read this book before NanoWriMo. I now feel prepared for the month ahead.

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You've always wanted to write, but...just haven't gotten around to it. No Plot! No Problem! is the kick in the pants you've been waiting for.

Let Chris Baty, founder of the rockin' literary marathn National Novel Writing Month (a.k.a. NanoWriMo), guide you through four exciting weeks of hard-core noveling. Baty's pep talks and essential survival strategies cover the intitial momentum and energy of Week One, the critical "plot flashes" of Week Two, the "Can I quit now?" impulses of Week Three, and the champagne and roar of the crowd during Week Four. Whether you're a first-time novelist who just can't seem to get pen and paper or a results-oriented writer seeking a creative on-ramp into the world of publishing, this is the adventure for you.

So what are you waiting for? The No Plot! approach worked for the thousands of people who've signed up for NanoWriMo, and it can work for you! Let
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<b>Title</b>: No Plot? No Problem! A Low-Stress, High-Velocity Guide to Writing a Novel in 30 Days
<b>Author</b>: Chris Baty
<b>Rating</b>: 5/5
<b>Book</b>: 43/50 (86% completed)
<b>Pages</b>: 172 pgs
<b>Total Pages</b> 15,828/15,000 pages
<b>Next up</b>: Still reading <b>Safe Haven</b> by Nicholas Sparks

I found this book really helpful! It is full of good tips to keep you going during the month of November as you work your way through NanoWriMo. Baty has an awesome sense of humour and there was times during the book that I was laughing. What I love most about this book is that it makes the whole project of writing 50,000 words in a month seem less terrifying. I am glad I read this book before NanoWriMo. I now feel prepared for the month ahead.

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You've always wanted to write, but...just haven't gotten around to it. <b>No Plot! No Problem!</b> is the kick in the pants you've been waiting for.

Let Chris Baty, founder of the rockin' literary marathn National Novel Writing Month (a.k.a. NanoWriMo), guide you through four exciting weeks of hard-core noveling. Baty's pep talks and essential survival strategies cover the intitial momentum and energy of Week One, the critical "plot flashes" of Week Two, the "Can I quit now?" impulses of Week Three, and the champagne and roar of the crowd during Week Four. Whether you're a first-time novelist who just can't seem to get pen and paper or a results-oriented writer seeking a creative on-ramp into the world of publishing, this is the adventure for you.

So what are you waiting for? The <b>No Plot!</b> approach worked for the thousands of people who've signed up for NanoWriMo, and it can work for you! Let <b<No Plot! No Problem!</b> help you get fired up and on the right track.
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