A lackluster end to Camp NaNoWriMo, but at least I learned a few things about my mself.
We are about half way through the month now, and I’m realizing as I wade through all of my notes that I am possibly in over my head.
Days 1 to 7 of July Camp are over so let’s take a look at how much (or how little) I managed to do in the first week of Camp NaNoWriMo!
I’m participating in Camp NaNoWriMo! Here are some of the goals I’ve got in mind and how I’m going to reach them this July!
Writing is hard. And despite being an avid consumer of fantasy fiction, crafting a magic system of my own has presented me with some difficulties.
Success is not spawned from nothing. It’s the result of a lot of hard work and a constant dedication.
I’ve always found character sheets have made writing harder for me than they’ve made it easier.
I can’t write without music, and while I usually come up with a specific soundtrack for a project, there are some songs and osts that help get me into the zone no matter what I’m writing.
I haven’t missed a NaNo session (Camp or otherwise) in many years, so this decision comes with a heavy heart.
I’ve made it pretty clear that I hope to be a published author, but there’s a lot more that goes into that than simply writing a book. Or maybe I’m overthinking things.