Pitch Wars Webinars presents . . .
NaNoWriMo Prep: Using Fast Drafting to Silence the Inner Editor
Does your internal editor make it hard for you to complete a novel-length work? Do have a secret stock-pile of half-finished manuscripts that never seem to make it to done? Have you always wanted to participate in NaNoWriMo, but didn’t know how to get started? If you answered yes to any of these questions, this webinar is for you. Join seasoned fast-drafter Julie Artz in a session dedicated to proven fast-drafting techniques that will help you silence that inner editor, kick-start your creativity, and “win” NaNo this November!
When: Wednesday, October 18
Time: 8:30 pm ET
Please note: Registration is limited to the first 50 participants.
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About Julie Artz
Julie Artz spent her childhood sneaking into wardrobes hoping to find Narnia. Now that she’s older, people think that’s creepy, so she writes middle grade instead. Her stories for children feature the natural world, folklore, mythology, history, and all that is magical about those things. In addition to helping run From The Mixed Up Files of Middle Grade Authors, she works as a developmental editor for Author Accelerator, contributes regularly to The Winged Pen, is a mentor for TeenPit and PitchWars, and is the Co-RA of SCBWI Western Washington. She is represented by Jennie Dunham of Dunham Lit. She first discovered NaNoWriMo in 2012. Although she didn’t win until the following year, she was instantly hooked and has been honing her fast-draft technique every since across multiple NaNo and Camp NaNo projects.
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About Pitch Wars Webinars . . .
The Pitch Wars webinar series was developed to help writers at every stage of their careers. Mentors and industry experts will host webinars focused on pitching, publishing, developing craft, and more.
Pitch Wars is a contest where published/agented authors, editors, or industry interns choose one writer each, read their entire manuscript, and offer suggestions to shine it up for agents. The mentors work with their mentees for two months before an agent round. Learn more.