Let your brain rest after NaNoWriMo—then finish your novel!

You want your novel to be the best it can be—and to reflect well upon you as the author—no matter if this is your first novel or your tenth.

But the absolute worst thing you can do? Let the 50,000 words you’ve already written gather dust.

That’s where Race To The End comes in. It’s more than just a fun way to finish the first draft of your novel as quickly as possible—it’s a chance to connect with other writers and get feedback, so you can make your novel a legitimate page-turner.

But I may have jumped the gun in scheduling Race to The End for January 1. Some have said they need to decompress a bit after NaNoWriMo—and especially after a busy holiday season—before they’d be ready to pick up where they left off.

Understandable!

So I am leaving it up to you: Would you prefer to start in February or March?

Check out the details of the Race, then leave a comment here to let me know if February or March works better for you (and why!)

Cheers,
Tim

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