Camp NaNoWriMo Marches On!


Got my cool 2017 Camp NaNoWriMo teeshirt this week. The image above is this April’s design. You can order one for yourself at Story Sasquatch Teeshirt

Camp NaNoWriMo marches on, and I’m just at 16,115 words. Last week was a bit of a struggle. Using the Strick Workflow Chrome App has been helpful, but it’s going to take a lot of long hours and diligence to get tens of thousands of words in before the end of the month. Onward and upward.

Today, after being awakened by amorous feral kitty noises outside at 6 AM, I got in 1,724 words. That’s not counting the research done to inspire those words. Perhaps I should be counting hours not words next July.

If you’re participating in Camp NaNoWriMo, keep up the great work!  We’ve got two more weeks to do word sprints online or in person. Good luck and may the NaNoWriMo be with you.


One Comment on “Camp NaNoWriMo Marches On!

  1. Good Luck! I missed this one but am considering doing one in July tough it may be a rewrite or self-edit .

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