NaNoWriMo 2017

It’s the first of November and we all know what that means, NaNoWriMo!

In layman’s term, NaNoWroMo is the abbreviation for National Novel Writing Month, where a writer should write a 50 000 word novel by the end of November. So that means roughly 1667 words per day. To me, that is like a chapter, or one scene on a good day.

For this wonderful challenge I have decided to join my two blogs, Good Tale Lover and Pohp! in the writing of this novel.

If you are a follower of both blogs, then it will be quite obvious that they are different from one another. Why I have decided to mix the two is because they are both about things that I like the most. The Korean culture and writing.

I am going to be basing my novel on K-dramas!

The characters will be set up to resemble those of K-dramas. The plot and scenery will differ, obviously, but not enough to remove the K-drama charm from it.

This is the first post in many where I will be explaining my writing journey in this stress filled month. I will also be writing advice to help people who are also writing stories.

Don’t worry, most of these posts are prewritten and I will have enough time to finish my 50 000 words.

Ready. Set. Write!

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