NaNoWriMo Contest Winners

Nisha Tuli
December 9, 2021
April 20, 2023

You did it! You survived novel writing’s biggest month! NaNoWriMo is over for another year. Maybe you reached the goal of 50k words written and maybe you didn’t. Maybe you blew well past that and wrote a 100K and maybe you ended up in the corner rocking yourself for comfort. No matter what, you’re all winners in our books. No really. Great job. It might not seem like a big deal, but do you know how many people say they want to write a book and never write a single word? Those Dabblers who reached the summit of 50K words were automatically entered to win some amazing prizes. Congrats to everyone!1st placeOne winnerLifetime subscription to DabbleOne-year membership to Writing Mastery AcademyQwerkywriter keyboard!Winner: Nix D.2nd place Four winnersSix-month subscription to DabbleSix-month membership to Writing Mastery AcademyWinner: Marion B.Winner: TongkeiWinner: Onyx P.Winner: Jessica3rd placeFive winnersThree-month subscription to DabbleThree-month membership to Writing Mastery AcademyWinner: GiselleWinner: Katherine S.Winner: Matthew D.Winner: Cindy M.Winner: Ryn ShellNow that you’ve made it that far, it’s time for revisions. Be sure to check out some of the resources on our blog: Punctuation Basics – A Beginner’s GuideStory Structures: The Fundamentals You Need To KnowUsing Passive versus Active VoiceOnce you get past editing, don’t forget to dive into this comprehensive post on book writing and publishing: How To Write A Book – The Ultimate Guide. Will 2022 be the year you publish your debut, sign with an agent or release your 12th novel? Whatever your goals, we’re here to support you.

Nisha Tuli

Nisha J Tuli is a YA and adult fantasy and romance author who specializes in glitter-strewn settings and angst-filled kissing scenes. Give her a feisty heroine, a windswept castle, and a dash of true love and she’ll be lost in the pages forever. When Nisha isn’t writing, it’s probably because one of her two kids needs something (but she loves them anyway). After they’re finally asleep, she can be found curled up with her Kobo or knitting sweaters and scarves, perfect for surviving a Canadian winter.