Hey, it's July's Camp NaNoWriMo, and I've been participating! Mostly. I feel like after the first week of Camp NaNo, the excitement of the new endeavor to write words tends to die down, and this month has been no different. I feel it both in the writing community, in the cabin of people I'm hosting,… Continue reading Camp NaNoWriMo: How to Write MORE by Lowering Your Word Count Goal
It's amazing how busy you can feel even when you don't have a job. Camp NaNoWriMo certainly helps keep a girl constantly worrying about her word count, but being unemployed has a way of making you do a lot of work—to find a new job. Between job searching, seeing The Adventures of Kesha and Macklemore… Continue reading Impostertops the New Dinosaur, and Other Things I Did Instead of Working on My Novel
We are in the second week of Camp NaNoWriMo for July 2018. Homesick yet? I'm not! I am absolutely loving my noveling journey this month. I have written every day so far, and I am far exceeding my goal by more than I ever could have hoped for. Here's a quick list of tips to… Continue reading Survival Skills for Camp…NaNoWriMo
As it is currently July—AKA: Camp NaNoWriMo!—I thought it prudent to provide writers some assistance in cranking out a novel. Here's what I have for you. BOOK SUGGESTION Area of Advice: Productivity Finish the Damn Book! by Martin McConnell I've been reading Martin McConnell's motivational book about writing, called Finish the Damn Book! In it,… Continue reading Recommendation: Finish the Damn Book!
I know it's Friday and the writing advice is supposed to be saved for Tuesdays, but Camp NaNoWriMo starts on July 1st, and it's an awesome opportunity to get productivity on your writing project that only comes around a few months out of the year! You may have heard of NaNoWriMo before: it's a 30-day… Continue reading Camp NaNoWriMo: Heard of It?