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#GrammoWriMo FAQ

by • October 30, 2013
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What is #GrammoWriMo? In November 2013, in honor of National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo), Grammarly has organized the largest group of authors to collaborate on a single novel—we’re calling the project #GrammoWriMo. How many people are participating? More than 750 people have signed up to participate in… MORE →

#GrammoWriMo Plot Summary

by • October 29, 2013
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Updated November 15, 2013  Chapter 1 Our adult, female protagonist, Audra, is introduced. This chapter must establish that Audra is a magical wish-granter whose job is to clean the coins out of a small, unremarkable local fountain each night. She is fed up with the vain and… MORE →

NaNoWriMo: Do It

by • October 25, 2013
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Guest Post from Hannah Rubin, NaNoWriMo.org I’ve always written. My childhood room is littered with half-full diaries, pages of poems, pencil marks in the margins of all my favorite books. None of these scribbles are particularly mind-blowing, but they do speak to something larger – an impulse… MORE →

Best First Lines in Literature

by • October 16, 2013
Gayle Brandeis

Did you read Grammarly’s recent blog post on #GrammoWriMo? If so, you know that our team is working hard to assemble the largest group of writers to ever draft a community-written novel for #NaNoWriMo this November. So far, we’ve experienced an overwhelmingly positive response from our writing… MORE →