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* Michael Spillane wrote I, The Jury [https://www.thereadingroom.com/article/10-novels-written-in-about-a-month/1122 in 9 days].
 
* Michael Spillane wrote I, The Jury [https://www.thereadingroom.com/article/10-novels-written-in-about-a-month/1122 in 9 days].
 
* Arthur Conan Doyle wrote the first Sherlock Holmes book, ''A Study in Scarlet'' in [https://www.thereadingroom.com/article/10-novels-written-in-about-a-month/1122 just three weeks.]
 
* Arthur Conan Doyle wrote the first Sherlock Holmes book, ''A Study in Scarlet'' in [https://www.thereadingroom.com/article/10-novels-written-in-about-a-month/1122 just three weeks.]
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* Kazuo Ishiguro wrote the Man Booker Prize-winning novel ''The Remains of the Day'' in four weeks. [https://www.theguardian.com/books/2014/dec/06/kazuo-ishiguro-the-remains-of-the-day-guardian-book-club]
  
  
 
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Latest revision as of 23:07, 5 October 2017

To complete NaNoWriMo's 50,000 word goal, one has to write 1,667 words a day - a pace which many find unbelievable or undoable. However, many published authors have written a whole novel in a month or write above that quota every day.

See also List of 50,000 Word Novels.