writing: nano 2020 project mood board

Hey there!

As I said in a previous post, this year I’ll be participating in NaNoWriMo. If you don’t know what that is, National Novel Writing Month is an online challenge in which you have to write a 50k-word novel during the 30 days of November. It’s insane and so stressful but also incredibly fun and motivating.

The project I’ll be drafting is a fantasy novel about a reluctant sailor, a mermaid, and a scheming pirate. Their paths cross, and chaos ensues. While I’m trying to come up with a better synopsis, I’ll stick with that.

Since I do plan on updating you on my writing journey when November starts, I thought it’d be a great idea to share with you a w.i.p. mood board so you can have some idea what this story is about. I’m so excited about this project, and can’t wait to finally start drafting it!

Do you also make moodboards for your writing projects? Do you ever share them or are they just for you?

Until next time,

7 thoughts on “writing: nano 2020 project mood board

  1. Omg I love your mood board Juli!! I do them too!! They help me visualize the story better and find those better words for when I’m writing. I’m doing NaNo too this year so we are in it together!! I wish you the best of luck and can’t wait to hear more about your WIP!!

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    1. Thank you 😊 yes, they really are great for inspiration, especially when i feel stuck. Yay! That’s what i like the most about nano, the feeling that we’re all writing together. The beat of luck to you too!

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  2. I finished writing a romance last week, having completely forgotten NaNoWriMo was coming up 😂 I managed 10K a week for about seven weeks. I might use this month to go back over it and/or plan something else

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      1. I’m not sure yet! I might use the month to review what I’ve written or I might use next month to do some more writing – who knows 😅

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