Saturday, August 1, 2015

Writing Camp NaNoWriMo 2015

Where to get the motivation
for August, now?
I am glad it is over.  I am officially a winner! My word count has been validated and now the prizes are online to scoop up goodies and 'go home'.  This camp was low key, for me.  There seemed to be more video pep-talks, enthusiastic camp counselors, and useful tip-givers; but, I took a sort of 'just get through this' approach.  And, I did!  I'm happy.  34,000 words of a novel I really like, so far, and intend to work on just as much in August as I did in July (honestly, maybe a little more) until I have a novel I love.  My book title transformed from Camp to Dragon Camp to The Butterfly Specialist.  I hope, with the goodies and prizes, to have it line edited and ready to publish in September 2015.  Fast and friendly would be my summation of Camp NaNoWriMo 2015.  If you want to write novel - fast - with friendly enthusiasts and helpful tips, it really is priceless and very worth the cost!!  No commutes, just a lot of walking and walking.

Two indie author resource sites - from some of the NaNo campfires - that I thought deserved a look or the full, video tour:  Two New Resources Found At Camp.

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