My Camp NaNoWriMo Projects [April 2018]

My Camp NaNoWriMo Projects | April 2018 | Camp NaNo | Creative Writing |

It’s Camp NaNoWriMo time! As usual, I overbooked myself. Camp is so flexible with projects and word counts that I decided to get as much done as possible. Of course, I had forgotten I’m going on vacation in the middle of the month… Still, any progress is progress so I’m keeping my goals. Challenge accepted.

  • Edit George Florence – Change of plans with this one. I was going to rewrite the draft. I thought it was already edited, but apparently, just the first chapter was edited. Good job, Rachel.
  • Write Perplexed – My goal to write one more short story for this mystery collection.
  • Write Short Story Sunday – For the past couple of years, I’ve been using Camp NaNo to write the flash fiction for this blog in bulk. I have 27 more stories to write for 2018 so I plan on finishing them all.
  • Outline Brave (working title) – My next Wattpad story is another fantasy, though it won’t be anything like The Scribe. There will be dragons and it’ll be great.
  • Publish Take Over – My second Wattpad story will be going live on Monday, April 23. It’s all set to go, but since I’ll be going on vacation for a week and there’s no schedule button on Wattpad (that I’ve seen at least) I decided to wait until the end of the month. So look forward to that!

So, yeah. April is going to be a busy month when it comes to writing. I created a calendar and decided what to work on each day and I calculated the daily word count out so I can miss a week due to my vacation.

But I’ll be talking more about that calendar tomorrow… Wish me luck!

What are you writing this month? How’s Camp going so far? Let me know in the comments below! If you liked this post, please share it around.

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20 thoughts on “My Camp NaNoWriMo Projects [April 2018]

  1. I’m writing a similar project to the one I had in mind for NaNoWriMo in November, but almost all the plot has changed from what I originally had in mind. Anyways, since it is to make up for November, my goal is 50,000 words. I have more than 6,000 words written so far, but I’m dedicated myself to more important life stuff like school before Camp.

    • That’s great. Yeah, school has to come first. I always found that balance difficult when I was still in school because I kind of put writing first, lol.

  2. I started writing another book with some characters that I used in a previous book. They say that the second book is always the most difficult to write. Is this true?

    • I haven’t heard that saying before. I usually just go with the flow and things turn out fine for me. It’s the editing the trips me up.

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