The Nano Planner

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Coming soon – some questions to help you plan your Nanowrimo novel this year.

It is a kind of quick quiz to help you decide your writing goals and likely writing limitations. Specifically, how much can you take on this year, and how can you make it simplest and easiest (ie,k the most fun) to just crack on and create a Nano novel?

Of course if you’re already thinking about it, chances are you’re the organised type who has already embarked on detailed world building. If not, you may be daunted by the amount you have to do before November.

The Nano Planner helps you chart the simplest route to noveling success, using your known writing strengths.

Watch this space!

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September 18th Daily Writing Prompt

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(Return to the Welcome Page to see more about writing the Jigsaw Novel.)

Prompt:
Show people listening to music in your world.

-Each prompt is designed to get you writing. Write for 5 minutes and see where it takes you. You can continue for longer if the trigger proves productive.

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September 16th Daily Writing Prompt

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(Return to the Welcome Page to see more about writing the Jigsaw Novel.)

Prompt:
Invent constellations or other features of the night sky.

-Each prompt is designed to get you writing. Write for 5 minutes and see where it takes you. You can continue for longer if the trigger proves productive.

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September 17th Daily Writing Prompt

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(Return to the Welcome Page to see more about writing the Jigsaw Novel.)

Prompt:
Describe the busiest place in your world.

-Each prompt is designed to get you writing. Write for 5 minutes and see where it takes you. You can continue for longer if the trigger proves productive.

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September 14th Daily Writing Prompt

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Prompt:
Write about a lost village or town.

-Each prompt is designed to get you writing. Write for 5 minutes and see where it takes you. You can continue for longer if the trigger proves productive.

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September 15th Daily Writing Prompt

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Prompt:
What fuels do people commonly use in your world? Brainstorm for 5 minutes.

-Each prompt is designed to get you writing. Write for 5 minutes and see where it takes you. You can continue for longer if the trigger proves productive.

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September 13th Daily Writing Prompt

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(Return to the Welcome Page to see more about writing the Jigsaw Novel.)

Prompt:
Invent seasons for your world.

-Each prompt is designed to get you writing. Write for 5 minutes and see where it takes you. You can continue for longer if the trigger proves productive.

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September 12th Daily Writing Prompt

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(Return to the Welcome Page to see more about writing the Jigsaw Novel.)

Prompt:
Draw or describe a popular game in your world.

-Each prompt is designed to get you writing. Write for 5 minutes and see where it takes you. You can continue for longer if the trigger proves productive.

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September 10th Daily Writing Prompt

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(Return to the Welcome Page to see more about writing the Jigsaw Novel.)

Prompt:
Write the history of an important natural feature in your world.

-Each prompt is designed to get you writing. Write for 5 minutes and see where it takes you. You can continue for longer if the trigger proves productive.

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September 11th Daily Writing Prompt

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(Return to the Welcome Page to see more about writing the Jigsaw Novel.)

Prompt:
Write a scene taking place over breakfast in your world.

-Each prompt is designed to get you writing. Write for 5 minutes and see where it takes you. You can continue for longer if the trigger proves productive.

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