In the last ten years or so, the concept of National Novel Writing Month–NaNoWriMo–has come into its own. The idea is to stop making excuses, stop overthinking things, stop stopping, and just write. Participants’ have a goal to write 50,000 words of a novel in November’s 30 days. Many organizations sponsor write-ins to encourage and inspire participants to write more.
This year, the Annapolis chapter of the Maryland Writers Association teamed up with the Anne Arundel County Public Library for just such a write-in event, and the Annapolis Capital was there to cover it. Read reporter Phil Davis’s story here: