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NaNoWriMo Giveaway (Day 19): "Words You Should Know" On Printable Bookmarks

In honor of National Novel Writing Month, I’m going to be offering free content each weekday in November to help all NaNoWriMo participants (and, really, anyone who is working on a novel). Here is today’s giveaway: Three downloadable bookmarks that highlight some fun, yet not often used, terms that can make your writing more colorful and interesting.

In honor of National Novel Writing Month, I’m going to be offering free content each weekday in November to help all NaNoWriMo participants (and, really, anyone who is working on a novel).
Here is today’s giveaway:

Day 19: As you continue writing for the last two weeks of NaNoWriMo, make sure you take some time to think about what you’re doing, learn from the process, and improve your writing overall. That’s key to your growth as a writer. Never stop learning how to write better, no matter what your ultimate goal. To that end, we’d like to offer you three downloadable bookmarks that highlight some fun, yet not often used, terms that can make your writing more colorful and interesting. Enjoy! To get this freebie, just enter your e-mail address below.

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