It’s the last day of Camp NaNo. For some–depending on where you live–it’s already over. Did you hit your word goal and validate it? Did you go above and beyond? Did you finish your novel and are you satisfied with it?
Like I said in yesterday’s post, I’m going to take a break from my NaNo project. I thought the story was ready to be told, but I guess I got ahead of myself.
With that being said, I’ll be focusing on a few other projects that I’ll explain in another post.
Even though my novel didn’t go over as well as I thought it would, the main goal was to get the idea down on paper. I hit my 50k word goal.
My cabin, filled with 12 people total, had an overall goal of 600k.
As you can see, we rocked it!
For one person to hit 600k in 30 days, they would have to write 20k a day. Can you imagine? I’ve written 10k in a day before, but I think 20k is a bit much; especially if you have to do it for 30 days straight. It would certainly be an interesting challenge.
One of these days I would love to have my word count goal be 100k. I think that’s much more doable.
I hope you all had a wonderful April and you all won your Camp NaNo challenge!