Who’s doing Camp Nanowrimo?

Lana PecherczykWriting0 Comments

Well, I am.

It’s not a real camp, it’s a virtual camp. For those of you who don’t know what it is, this is the explanation in their own words:

Camp NaNoWriMo is a more open-ended version of our original November event. We have Camp sessions in both April and July, and we welcome word-count goals between 10,000 and 1,000,000. In addition, writers may attempt non-novel projects. Camp is a creative retreat for whatever you’re working on!Camp Nanowrimo
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Click on the image link to go to my  Camp Nano page.

So, I’m going for a 30,000-word count this April. I’m doing it because otherwise I won’t find the time to write – which is what gives me more pleasure than editing, marketing or anything else a self-publisher has to do. Writing is where the fun is.

I’m writing a novella that comes next in my series ‘The Ludus’. Because the first is told from the POV of a girl, but I had oh, so much fun writing about the boys. The novella will explore the missing two weeks between the first and the second book from their point of view. I’m excited!

Everyone can join, and it’s free. If you are on Camp Nanowrimo, please – join my cabin! We can all use a little extra encouragement to charge along.

 

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