My novel won't be done at the end of November. Right now, I'm at 43,356 words and I haven't gotten to the real meat of the story yet. That's because I started writing ten years before the main plot takes place, which wasn't my best idea, but without having written those scenes I wouldn't know they aren't important. I'll probably chop most of what I've written, but they were magical as character exercises and developing backstories. Now I know the backstories, I won't have to write them out in entirety for the second draft.
That said, I have at least one good friend who demands to read everything I've written so far, and I value her opinion pretty highly, so I'll be sending everything to her, chapter by chapter, when I'm done. I plan on being done (if I keep up NaNo pace) sometime in the middle of December. I can rely on this friend both as a "big picture" reader in the beginning and a details reader later on in the process, but I also have a couple other people I'm going to send it out to when it's a rewritten second draft.
Basically, this is my plan:
1. Finish writing it in December.
2. Give myself a week off.
3. Print it out (doublesided to feel better about killing trees) and read it myself.
4. Email the version that I printed out to my friend and let her read it chapter by chapter.
5. Begin to rewrite it, chapter by chapter, with both my notes and her suggestions.
6. Hopefully get it rewritten and polished to a point where I don't feel like a failure if I send it to Createspace to get a proof copy for winning NaNo in July.