Writers Helping Writers Blog: How to Write More Words

With so many stories bouncing around in a writer’s mind, it likely comes as no surprise that most writers seek to write more—or to be more efficient in the time they have to write. In the month of November, known as National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) to the writing community, thousands of writers endeavor to write 50,000 words in a single month.

To give you perspective, 50,000 words is roughly 200 manuscript pages (at approximately 250 words per page). For non-writers, that number is probably akin to a month of torture. For writers, it may feel that way, too. Yet, it’s a delightful torture we do to ourselves… every year.

But regardless of the month of the year—whether it’s NaNoWriMo season or any other month—how can writers more efficiently put words onto the page?

Learn how in this special blog on Writers Helping Writers!

 

 


 

About Writers Helping Writers

Writers Helping Writers is a website co-hosted by Angela Ackerman and Becca Puglisi, authors of The Emotion Thesaurus: A Writer’s Guide to Character Expression and many more of your favorite thesauruses. Angela and Becca also co-host the website One Stop For Writers, which includes a searchable index for the Writers Helping Writers thesaurus collection. On the Writers Helping Writers website, there are tools for writers, editors, and teachers, including a character arc progression tool, backstory wound profile, setting planner, character pyramid tool, and much more.