And just like that, October’s almost done. No time to unwind into the end of the year though, November is a busy month, especially for me. Therefore, here are a few last minute notices for any literary activities you would like to dive into during the last two months of 2013:
NANOWRIMO SINGAPORE CHAPTER KICK-OFF 2013… SURVIVE!!!
I think the poster speaks for itself. Hope to see you for the Kick-Off this Saturday! (If you manage to survive the rest of this week, that is.)
I got a notice from the lovely folks of Grammarly.com, an online proof-reading and editing service, and it turns out that they will be doing something rather cool for the NaNoWriMo this year.
Introducing, #Grammowrimo, a novel written by the community, for the community.
So what happens is straightforward, you go to this blog entry, sign up with them, they put you in a queue with the other writers who have signed up to write this community-written novel, and then notify you on your assigned 800-word segment of the novel.
Therefore, the task of NaNoWriMo seems too daunting for you, why not join in with people from all over the world. Be quick about it though, sign ups close on 25th October 2013 (this Friday, talk about last minute <O><O>). Click here to get moving!
RIDER: THE LAUNCH
Fans of Joyce Chng would love to know that she will be having a launch during the Singapore Writers’ Festival 2013 for Speaker, the 2nd book in her Rider trilogy. What fans of Joyce Chng would also love to know is that Rider will be launching soon as well. So stay tuned for more details!