Writers every where of all creeds, colors and styles flock to their word processors as they begin to hammer out over 50,000 words in the month of November. This national yearly event brings all writers together on their website to track and encourage those who have yet to complete the marathon of words.
Any writers of any kind can join in on the fun. No experience is required so long as you work on a new piece, so that novel you have been so diligently pounding away at for the past three or four years has no place among the frenzy of fresh fiction stories (or non). Regardless of experience, all writers are encouraged to track their progress so other writers can prod them along to reach the lofty goal. If you haven't been typing much, and this interests you, you should begin typing now so you get those muscles in shape.
Brownsburg Public Library is hosting a day to focus on getting some of those words behind the blinking line. Wednesday, November 13 is the date to show up if you have been struggling to get the words down, or if you have been one to be ahead of the game and anyone in between. All aspiring writers in the local area should plan on attending so they can feel the heat as the ones in the race let their fingers sear the keyboards.
Registration is required and may be done here. So strap on your wrist bracers, push up your reading glasses, get that gel pad inline and be sure your chair is comfortable because this is one event you will not want to miss.
Hats off to you who face the challenge, good luck.