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Farmington Community Library National Novel Writing Month 2019

National Novel Writing Month @ Farmington Community Library


What is this crazy thing called NaNoWriMo?

National Novel Writing Month is a yearly international event that takes place the whole month of November. In essence, it’s an excuse to stop making excuses and actually write! Many of us have stories or poems, memoirs or travelogues in our heads that we’ve always meant to write down and just “have never found the time.” In November, you can give yourself permission to make the time by joining thousands of people worldwide – and dozens in your hometown – who are also making the effort to spend time writing this month.

Whether you decide on the traditional challenge (writing 50,000 words of a brand-new novel in those 30 days) or become a NaNo rebel (just write! Poetry, nonfiction, adding to previous work, short stories, whatever) you’re welcome to join us for write-ins or via social media to have fun this November – and write!


Join in!

No matter if you’re new to this exciting month or a veteran of past NaNo sucesses, everyone is welcome to join us for the programs and activities listed below.

Mark your calendars for October 27; we’ll have a meet-and-greet get-together for new and returning NaNo-ers before the fun really starts.

NaNoWriMo begins at 12:01 am on November 1! Good luck, and we hope to see you at our write-ins (Tuesdays and Sundays throughout the month; more information below).


Social Media

Can’t make one of the in-house write-ins? More comfortable in your own writing corner? You can still join in the fun via social media! Use one of the platforms below to join daily check-ins, offer support, ask questions, and generally have fun this NaNo!



Join the Farmington Community Library NaNoWriMo Support Group at FCL NaNoWriMo Warriors on Facebook. Here we’ll post random prompts and challenges, call for first lines of the day, and rally encouragement. You can also post questions, ideas, and make conversation with other NaNo warriors.



Do you prefer tweets? Use the hashtag #NaNoFCL2019 to keep in contact with fellow writers from Farmington Community Library!


Event Calendar

Farmington Community Library’s online events calendar: write-ins are drop-in events, but this is still a great place to check locations and information.


Email List Sign-up

Would you like emailed reminders of upcoming write-ins or writing events? Use the link above to register for our writers’ email list. We promise, we’ll only use the information to give you a heads-up about writing programs and resources here at Farmington Community Library.


NaNoWriMo Official Site

The official site for National Novel Writing Month, with word count loggers, fun loot, and other great resources for NaNo Warriors!


FCL NaNo 2019 Programs



Returning NaNo-ers, beginners, and those just plain interested in what this is all about are invited to join us for a social afternoon. Get to know your fellow writers before NaNo begins, say hi to old friends, brainstorm last details, or ask questions!

Farmington Branch

Meeting Room

Sunday, October 27, 2-4 p.m.



Join fellow NaNo warriors for company, caffeine, and (friendly) competition! Boost your writing, get new ideas and peer support, or just get words on the page – whatever you feel like that day. You’re invited to drop in for any and all of these write-ins:

Main Branch

Nonfiction Quiet Study Room

Tuesdays, November 5, 12, 19, 26, 7-8:45 p.m.

Farmington Branch

Meeting Room

Sundays, November 3, 10, 17, 24, 2-4 p.m.



We did it! We got through November, we wrote until our fingers wore down to nubs, and now it’s time to relax and bask in the glow of victory.

Whether you wrote 50 words or 50,000, you can congratulate yourself on having made an effort toward your writing. Now it’s time to go back to your regularly scheduled life, relax a little, and start brainstorming for next year’s NaNo…

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