Camp Nanowrimo Update
Where has my brain been this month? See that picture above? That's about it. I've been in Gatlinburg, TN--at least in my imagination.
For the first time, I participated in Camp Nanowrimo instead of the regular version in November. What does that mean? It means I got to set my own word count goals (though I still set mine for 60,000 or more), and it means I could work on a project I'd already started.
I chose to work on a book I'm calling Maid in Love. I started it a few years back and had about 10,000 words done before this month. And how did I do?
As of July 21st, I finished it. Over 65,000 words of a story are now written down where they can be edited and tweaked down the road. Whew! I rather feel like I've been climbing the mountains in that picture. And if you look at the chart below, showing my word count progress, it does look a bit like a mountain.
Is the story any good? That's yet to be determined, but it definitely has good parts. I'll work on it a bit more when things aren't so fresh. In the meantime, I have edits waiting, along with a few other projects. Better get to those. ;)
But yay for having another book written!
Have you accomplished a big mountain of a goal you set out to do this summer? Tried anything new?
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