I didn't title the post "NaNoWriMo for Catholics" because it's more about Catholic writers in general and I only happen to be writing this post during NaNo. In fact I'm writing about writer's block, a big no-no in NaNo. In NaNo, there's no time for blockage. You keep writing even when you're stuck. Helpful (or stupid) writing prompts abound to keep you writing. You can find some here. (That's a link to my other blog).
|15th Century Scribe. Did they have NaNoWriMo back then?|
"What does writer's block have to do with any of this?" you ask.
In the stillness, maybe we can ask God what He wants for our writing. And in the stillness, we'll hear Him.
Or read Scripture and become inspired in your writing. Nissa, at The Lina Lamont Fan Club is doing that in her NaNo novel. You should pop over there and read what Nissa's up to.