If you read my post on starting July Camp NaNoWriMo, it exudes energy, ambition, and confidence. Maybe it’s because I completed April Camp NaNoWriMo, or because I was successful with writing almost every day over the first part of the summer. I was on fire, y’all.
And then, well, the fire died.
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After participating in NaNoWriMo in November, I wasn’t sure if I would also gather ’round for their “camp” sessions, which are less structured, and can have any target word count. I thought I should save up that kind of marathon energy for a once-a-year event.
By the time April rolled around, though, I knew a deadline was all that was going to motivate me to knock out some crucial scenes for the novel I started in November. I figured, why not just a little campfire story? Surely I can work time for that into my schedule. (And maybe sneak in a few chocolates and marshmallows while “camping out” with @NaNoWordSprints, my favorite writing prompt buddies!) So I set a small goal of 10,000 words, which I handily achieved.
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