National Novel Writing Month Author Interview – Jennifer Kelland Perry

Hi Everyone, Take a look at this NaNoWriMo interview with Jennifer Kelland Perry. Jennifer graciously agreed to be interviewed for our library’s blog. Like many other authors, Jennifer is preparing to write a new book as part of next month’s NaNoWriMo challenge. Best wishes to Jennifer!

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Dreaming about writing a novel? NaNoWriMo is a great chance to get your book idea going. During the month of November, aspiring and published authors from around the world have committed to writing 50,000 words in thirty days.

Jennifer Kelland Perry

Today we welcome NaNoWriMo published author Jennifer Kelland Perry, whose book Calmer Girls was part of a NaNoWriMo challenge.

Thank you for joining us, Jennifer!

How many years have you participated in NaNoWriMo? First of all, thank you for inviting me for this interview. I’m truly honored to be here. I have taken part in NaNoWriMo three times since 2013. The first two times, I worked on the Calmer Girls series, a duology. I successfully reached the word count of 50,000 words with both. The third and most recent time I participated was in 2016, where I didn’t reach the goal – life and a bad flu bug got…

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10 thoughts on “National Novel Writing Month Author Interview – Jennifer Kelland Perry

  1. Hi Barbara! Thanks again for this interview. I loved the questions, and now I can’t wait for November 1st. I’ll check back and share the library post on my blog in the morning. Much appreciated! xx

    1. That’s awesome – I’m excited about NaNoWriMo. I have an idea and I’ve been attending some virtual NaNoWriMo prep classes through the library which include a “Writer’s Lounge.” I worked on the plot a bit on Monday night. Thank you for agreeing to do the interview. I’m glad you enjoyed the questions!

      1. That prep work sounds great, Barbara – good for you. I’ve been outlining off and on this month. Have you signed up to the NaNo site yet? I’ll have a look for you this weekend.

  2. I’ve heard of NaNoWriMo every November. Maybe I should jump on the bandwagon this year and get my next book shaped up. It’s not a novel, but whatever the genre, those who participate seem to make huge progress. Thanks for the nudge, Jennifer, and to Barbara for posting this!

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