Join Who Chains You Books as we Participate in November’s “National Novel Writing Month”

dogthief-chosen-loEver wanted to write a novel around your love of animals, but find it all too easy to procrastinate the evenings and weekends away?

Have great ideas for a series or book, but haven’t been successful in forcing yourself to sit in the chair long enough to flesh them out?

We hear you. We do it too.

That’s why founder Tamira Thayne, and—hopefully—some of our other already-published authors, are committing to participating in National Novel Writing month this November.

Join us! It’s FREE to participate, and we can have our own little Who Chains You Books group to encourage each other to write each and every day. Then, at the end of the month we can proudly show off our accomplishments toward our very own ‘Great American Animal Novel.’

Here’s a link to read the ‘rules’, although rebels are always encouraged: http://nanowrimo.org/how-it-works

Simply, you sign up to write a novel of 50,000 words in length or longer during the month of November. First drafts only, and there is no judging or public showing of your work. Everyone who succeeds in writing that much is termed a winner, and what do you win? Well, you’ve written a novel!

That’s pretty cool.

So, are you in? If so, sign up here, and drop us a line at info@whochainsyou.com to let us know you signed up so we can support each other via e-mail and/or facebook.

http://nanowrimo.org/

Happy Writing!

P.S. Explore our published books for animal lovers, rescuers, and activists on our page at http://www.whochainsyou.com/books.html.

 

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