If that literary genius in you is still struggling to come out, National Novel Writing Month can be what pushes you to write that novel that you have been thinking of for years.
National Novel Writing Month, also widely known as NaNoWriMo, is a month long challenge for budding writers to compose 50,000 words in 30 days. Last year over 250,000, writers around the world took part in the month-long event.
It all begins with an idea, the desire to get 50,000 words together in a novel and finish by November 30.
Pinal County has an author who participated in NaNoWriMo and had a published novel from his efforts. Caris O’Malley wrote The Egg Said Nothing in 2010. This book is available from the Pinal County Library District.
Six Pinal County libraries will be celebrating NaNoWriMo including the Apache Junction Public Library, the Vista Grande Library, the Eloy Santa Cruz Library, the Florence Community Library, the Maricopa Public Library and the Superior Public Library
To learn more about what Pinal County libraries will be doing for this year’s NaNoWriMo, visit the Calendar of Events at PinalCountyAZ.gov/Library.
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