NaNoWriMo “Thank Goodness It’s Over” Party at Edmonds Library on Sunday

Photo courtesy Kim Votry's website.
Photo courtesy Kim Votry’s website.

National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) Municipal Liaison Kim Votry provided notice of a party for area writers: “November is National Novel Writing Month, and this year over 500,000 people set out to write 50,000 words in 30 days. Tomorrow, Dec. 1, from 1-2 p.m., the Edmonds Library is hosting a completion party for everyone who took part in the largest writing event on the planet!

“Join fellow writers for cake, treats, ninja rubber duckies, and winner’s certificates. Browse through book title ideas to see if one suits your new new novel! Bring an excerpt from your still-unedited work to read aloud! Whether you attained your word count goal or not, we want to celebrate your achievement!

“And we also want to give thanks to Edmonds Library and Friends of the Edmonds Library for hosting the event.” For more information on the NaNoWriMo writing programs, visit the website.

 

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