How did #NaNoWriMo 2013 go for you? (poll)

If you got a contract or self-published, congratulations! Please leave a comment about where/when your book is coming out!

If you’re still working away at it, or have given up, this should be a great motivator to keep writing! Considering signing up for the Newsletter to get tips and information on how to finish and revise your novel.



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[author] [author_image timthumb=’on’][/author_image] [author_info]EM Lynley is a multi-published author of 9 novels and two dozen shorter works of fiction as well as How to Be a NaNoWriMo Winner. Her 2013 NaNo Novel Bound for Trouble has been contracted by Dreamspinner Press for a July 2014 publication date. She also runs Smooth Draft Editing, offering a range of services from proofreading to developmental editing and coaching for writers. Visit her Amazon Author page, or contact her at[/author_info] [/author]


10 thoughts on “How did #NaNoWriMo 2013 go for you? (poll)

  1. I didn’t hit 50K, closer to 32K, Made headway on a three novels/novellas. Did finish a couple of stories. One is currently in the second round of acceptance for an anthology. The other…I forgot to check the call and missed that it was supposed to be a romance.
    On the whole, not too bad.


    • Congratulations, Stephen. Do you have a title and blurb to share?
      I won’t make it to Rainbow Con this year, since it’s overlaps with tax season obligations. Maybe next year if the dates are better. Have funn.


  2. I didn’t mention my own progress here, but I finished and subbed my novel, Bound for Trouble, and it’s due out from Dreamspinner in late June. I think it was about 72k at the end of NaNo and 80k when I subbed.


  3. This was the sequel to last year’s NaNoWriMo novel, which I self-pubbed this November – Sesame Swallow, Private Investigator, a raunchy mystery novel that takes place in Baltimore. This year I got going on the sequel, but after 55k words, I wasn’t done yet. I’ll be done and have it ready to go in April of this year. It’ll be called Sesame Swallow and the Case of the Missing Heart. Think sexy, mystery thriller!

    @SesameSwallow on Twitter

    The book’s blogtour starts on Monday, if you want to check it out; here’s the Facebook event link:


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