NaNoWriMo Week 3

Posted on November 10, 2011. Filed under: Event, Information | Tags: , , |

November 13th-19th is the third week of NaNoWriMo*. Come join the writing fun with the RaiderWriMos here at Oakton. All our Write-Ins and Write-Ins/Workshops are held in Oakton Community College’s Library Classroom, Room 2418 at the Des Plaines Campus.

Week 3 Write-Ins

Wednesday, November 16th: 12:30 to 1:30 PM
Wednesday, November 16th: 4 to 5 PM

Week 3 Write-In/Workshop: I WILL Survive!

Thursday, November 17th: 12:00 to 3:00 PM

You’ve made it through half a month of frantic writing, and now you’re starting to feel really good
about finishing this thing. So what if you’re behind by 10,000 words? You still have time to make it
up! Whether you’re ahead or desperately trying to catch up, chances are you’ll emerge from Week 2
feeling really good about your decision to be a WriMo. Stick around after this write-in for a 30-
minute workshop to discuss common Week 3 challenges and share tips for thriving this week.

*NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month) is a fun, seat-of-your-pants approach to novel writing. Participants begin writing November 1. The goal is to write a 175-page (50,000-word) novel by midnight, November 30.

Check out our NaNoWriMo LibGuide for more information on NaNoWriMo, Oakton Library’s NaNoWriMo workshops and write-ins,  and helpful resources for our budding NaNoWriMo novelists.

Interested in joining? The Library is pleased to host a series Write-ins and workshops led by Lori Oster, Assistant Professor of English at Oakton to help people write their novel.


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