Somewhere in the midst of trying to do revisions, I realized my best choice is to do a second draft of my story. So I’m jumping in on Camp NaNoWriMo in April.
I’ve signed up a few times and even set up a project once, but I’ve never been part of a cabin, so I feel like I haven’t really done Camp. This time, though, my local writing group is having a cabin, and I’m going to be doing this with them. I think that’s going to make it a lot more fun.
So far, I have ideas for a few new scenes, and right now I’m working on making scene cards and fleshing out ideas for some of the scenes I want to keep that feel too scant. The rest of March will be for planning out the rewrite, then on April 1 I’ll start Draft 2. I
I’m aiming for 20,000 words for Camp, which should be pretty easy. I’ll probably be sticking with my usual method of writing 4 or 5 days a week rather than every day. The every day experiment was interesting, but it’s not by best way to work.Â So, writing more days than not, nice easy goals. That should about cover it. Where are the marshmallows? I think I’m ready for camp!
Yeah! Good for you. I tried Camp once, but it just didn’t work out for me. I have enough trouble being accountable to myself, without have a bunch of cabin-mates watching my progress (or lack there of). It probably helps if you actually know your cabin-mates already. It sounds like it would be fun, if only I don’t easily crack under pressure.
Can’t wait to hear how it goes.
LOL! I hope I don’t get in too much trouble at writing camp. 😀