I had so much fun (and got a lot of work done) with April’s Camp NaNoWriMo, that I have signed up again for July. And this time I have a bunch of friends joining me. Some had to be
bullied convinced to join the fun, but I’m hoping they enjoy it as much as I did last time.
My project this time is looping back to my previous novel. I’ve received editorial comments on the completed manuscript from several editors and readers. Now I need to edit, fix, and otherwise finish it so that it is ready to publish.
While resisting urges to work on the just finished first draft of the second book, or a little side project, or the next book, or…
My friend, Mark, who’s been doing NaNoWriMo longer than I, set up a “cabin” (which is mostly just a private message forum) and invited a passel of our friends to join in. Everybody has different kinds of projects planned. I look forward to teasing and encouraging and assisting each other through this month of creativity!
I’m scheduling this post to publish midday on the first, which means some of you will be reading this while I’m under sedation having a not terribly pleasant medical procedure. Or maybe by now I’m home recovering, saying silly things to the crazy friend (and cabin mate) who has kindly volunteer to drive me back while I’m under the effects of the drugs. Or driving my poor husband crazy. Or maybe I’m just going to sleep it off.
So I’m not sure how much progress I’ll make in the opening 24 hours of Camp NaNoWriMo. But it doesn’t matter. Full speed ahead!