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Before becoming an official region, there were Write-Ins for The Pomona Valley area being organized as early as 2007.
 
Before becoming an official region, there were Write-Ins for The Pomona Valley area being organized as early as 2007.
  
In 2010, Pomona Valley was a sub-region for '''USA :: California Los Angeles'''.
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In 2010, Pomona Valley was a sub-region for '''USA :: California :: Los Angeles'''.
  
 
The region's About Us reads (as of January 2019) "Smack dab between Los Angeles, San Bernardino, Riverside, and Orange Counties. We might be actually -in- all of these counties, but we are unique from them."
 
The region's About Us reads (as of January 2019) "Smack dab between Los Angeles, San Bernardino, Riverside, and Orange Counties. We might be actually -in- all of these counties, but we are unique from them."

Revision as of 04:45, 19 September 2019

USA :: California :: Pomona Valley is a NaNoWriMo region for the Pomona Valley area. It was created in 2011.

Before becoming an official region, there were Write-Ins for The Pomona Valley area being organized as early as 2007.

In 2010, Pomona Valley was a sub-region for USA :: California :: Los Angeles.

The region's About Us reads (as of January 2019) "Smack dab between Los Angeles, San Bernardino, Riverside, and Orange Counties. We might be actually -in- all of these counties, but we are unique from them."

Regional Stats

  • 2014: 108 novelists; 2,680,694 words written; 24,821 average wordcount
  • 2015: 80 novelists; 1,609,964 words written; 20,124 average wordcount
  • 2016: 113 novelists; 1,848,462 words written; 16,358 average wordcount
  • 2017: 86 novelists; 1,597,296 words written; 18,573 average wordcount
  • 2018: 84 novelists; 1,805,789 words written; 21,497 average wordcount

Municipal Liaisons

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External Links