About GrammoWriMo

Each November, thousands of writers sign up for National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo)—volunteering to write a 50,000-word novel from scratch in a month's time. Because not everyone has time to write solo novel, Grammarly has signed up 750+ writers to collaborate on one book. For more information, check out our FAQ.

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Chapter 15

If Audra granted the wish, she would only be doing her job, the daughter would have a better life, however the father and mother’s life would most certainly be ruined. Audra unquestionably, had the weight of the world on her shoulders. Otis finished his coffee and set out to talk to Audra.
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Chapter 18

After a moment, Audra elbowed Otis and nodded her head toward a little boy approaching the fountain. As they watched, he walked to the edge of the water, screwed up his face in concentration for several seconds and then he threw his coin into the water as hard as he could. The bright copper penny skipped once across the water before landing with a ‘plunk’.
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GrammoWriMo Timeline

October 8

GrammoWriMo sign-up
is open.

October 28

Facebook groups

November 8 — 14

Name Our Book” Contest
is open.

November 30

Last day of writing
and commenting.

October 8 — 25

Surveys on basic and detailed plots are open.

November 1

GrammoWriMo begins!

November 15 — 29

Design Our Cover” Contest is open.

December 1

All documents closed. GrammoWriMo ends and December editing begins!

Plot and Summary Notes →

Narrated in third-person, our adventure novel takes place in North America in the recent past. It follows the story of an adult, female protagonist who slowly spirals down into darkness. However, with the help of a stranger, our protagonist realizes the error of her ways before it is too late — and she avoids defeat. Read on for details.

Blog posts

October 19, 2013
#GrammoWriMo The Plot Thickens
October 17, 2013
Best First Lines in Literature
October 9, 2013
#GrammoWriMo Let’s Get Ready to Write!
For more GrammoWriMo resources, check out the blog!