NaNoWriMo For NonFiction -It’s Not Too Late! Posted on November 18, 2019 by Hans Swaniawski by Hans Swaniawski Post navigation “Why Did I Say Okie Doki?” Minecraft DDLC Animated Music Video (Song By The Stupendium)Top 10 Essential Graphic Novels, Part 2 – with Stuart McMillen 11 thoughts on “NaNoWriMo For NonFiction -It’s Not Too Late!” Yay first to comment!!! I love your channel!! Reply yeah tea is the best Reply I figured this year I'd go ahead and sign up to NaNoWriMo. The thing that always get me is having to post my word count for the day. I write everyday along with everything else I have to do and always forget to post. Oh well. Reply Thanks so much for the information. Reply November is a strange month to do this. It's the final push to Black Friday. I've got way too much to do to make sure I make the most I can in Q4. January would be a good month. Or February. Oh maybe not Feb and it's 28 days… Reply Love this channel.. grabbing some M&Ms and binging!! Reply Hot chocolate taste pretty good in it too. Reply Out of curiosity Julie, why does BL only work with nonfic work? I've been so interested to contact you guys but I'm working on fiction:( Reply A month to write that is not the end of year would be awesome. Reply Actually doing a poetry book project for NaNoWriMo. The challenge forces you to commit to whatever goal you have in mind for your writing in any genre! Reply I have written books, but do not know SEO, website design, how to collect revenues, and so on. I think I am going to have to learn each and every step of the process, but YouTube videos really only provide steps for components. Let me explain: I have 3 textbooks and a 4th in progress. I was thinking about combining all for a book in  Introduction to Microeconomics,  Introduction to Macroeconomics,  Introduction to Financial Accounting, and  Introduction to Managerial Accounting for $19.95. Basically, courses covered in the first 4 semesters for a college student. My market is every undergraduate business major and I have credentials. So, writing them is easy. Promoting them is easy via YouTube videos that I can produce. I am thinking in terms of setting up a website and driving eyeballs to that site using PayPal or credit card or anything you recommend. TIA. Reply Leave a Reply to Gabby Gilbert Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.