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Nano check in!

(And Marketing Monday break)

We’re a little over halfway through November. How are you doing on your goals?

I hit 50,000 words on the 10th! (Which, amazingly, isn’t as good as last year. Aren’t you supposed to get better at these things?) I’m still plugging along, though, only clocking 8000 words last week. I’m hoping to finish today or tomorrow—hence the brief hiatus for Marketing Monday.

When we come back to Marketing Monday next week, I’m hoping to delve into offline marketing techniques (gasp!). But before we move on, I want to make sure there isn’t anything I’ve missed.

Stay tuned this week for more Nano tips and fun announcements coming Friday!

What online book marketing tactics are you most interested in? Anything we haven’t covered so far? And how is your Nano going? Come join the conversation!

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6 Responses to Nano check in!

  1. And I was proud that I did it on the 18th. But, go you!

    You need to log into the AI checkin.

  2. I hate you. Well, not really I’m just jealous that you did it and I don’t think I’m going to make it. *sigh* When I grow up I want to be a writer like you . . . :)

    • Jordan says:

      LOL. You could still make it! And I’m not sure you’d want to trade this really . . . INTERESTING muscle twitch I’m developing in my right arm…..

  3. Trisha says:

    This year I hit 50k on day 15, which is way slower than other years, but I wasn’t rushing or in any way pushing myself this time. So I’m happy with it. ;) Currently I’m at about 62k or something. Still plugging along as the story ain’t done.

  4. kbrebes says:

    Congratulations, Jordan!! Way to go!!!

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