It's #NaNoWriMo again! Every November we open up some of our Pro features made especially for novel writing. That includes:
- A higher character limit — all posts have the Pro limit of 500,000 characters
- The Novel blog format — this puts your blog's posts in chronological order, so each one can be a chapter that'll be read in-order
- A dedicated NaNoWriMo blog — a free additional blog just for your novel this month. Let me know if you'd like one!
More here: https://write.as/blog/nanowrimo
@matt I have a question about the write.as app - is this meant more as a note app or strictly an anonymous publisher vs. one we are able to log in to so we can post to a blog? I hope I am not missing something incredibly obvious.
RT @IHLaking@twitter.com: so this is clearly the coolest thing we’re all going to see this week
Eight months ago I left my job to work on @write_as full-time. It wasn't an easy decision to make, but it's meant that ever since, I get to wake up every day and do work that I truly love.
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#introductions Apparently created this account a year and a half ago, and I’m bringing it back! I’m still pretty new to masto and the fediverse as a whole and I’m curious to know more. I’m from Colorado, I love reading historical fiction, rainy days, the color grey, and strawberry rhubarb pie. I also have a very dry sense of humor.
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