Category Archives: Camp NaNo

Day 7 of Camp Nano

Newsflash: I’ve abandoned my attempt at 1st-person narrative. I just don’t have my MC’s voice in my head, and it all sounds forced. Because it is. Every word is an effort. So, 3rd-person it is. Onward and upward!

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Day 2 of Camp

Just a quick post here. I’ve decided, for some mysterious reason, to revise my 3rd-person narrative into a 1st-person narrative. I don’t know how long I’ll stick with this — it’s really hard work. It isn’t enough just to change … Continue reading

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First day of camp

Ok, folks, I’m here. Moving into Camp NaNoWriMo (and there’s already mail in my box! Gee, thanks, Mom!). My published goal: 35,000 words by 31 July. Considering I’m working with a draft that’s at nearly 81,000, the word count won’t … Continue reading

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Falling behind

At what point does denial become more than just a coping mechanism? I mean to say, I have stacks and stacks of new books to read, two projects on the fire (possibly four, depending on how you interpret “on the … Continue reading

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