#CAMPNANO TIME!

For those unfamiliar with what this is, let me explain: every April and July, NaNoWriMo runs a ‘camp’. It’s pretty much the same as what happens in November — a month of furious writing — except you make your own goals. You can set a number of words, days, or even hours to write, you decide if you’re working with a first draft or a revision or something else entirely, and you can join one of the cabins to go through the month in groups (which is always fun). This April, I decided to set my goal by hours and not words as I’ve done every other year. I pledged to write 60 hours this month — 2 hours per day. This is day 8 of the month and how many hours have I written? THREE. Notice: JavaScript is required for this content.

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WRITING GOALS, POVs AND VOICES

As you may have seen in the bujo post, this year I decided to actually get myself a writing goal. I’ve never done that before and, to be honest, I thought that not reaching that goal would be really disappointing. So far, though, seeing those numbers go up has been nothing but motivating! I have to confess that I’m counting everything I’m writing with a creative purpose towards that goal — Once, the blog, the short stories. If it was for a single project, I don’t think I’d be this far. Especially because the single project (hint hint) is off to a rough start… Let’s talk about Once in a Lifetime? Notice: JavaScript is required for this content.

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