Thanks to Alex for hosting this each month. Here is the complete list of participants.
Spent the first weekend of April moving files and programs to a new computer. Any new writing didn’t happen until Monday. Luckily, I didn’t set the word count for Camp NaNo high so meeting the goal is still doable. Have gotten into a routine that works and everything is flowing as it should. Will be finishing up the A to Z challenge posts as the month progresses. Those are the one thing I didn’t get done during March but that’s okay. I have a few new short stories that I need to finish and one that needs to be edited so it can be submitted but I have some time on that one. Will be updating the blog more often as well with updates about the writing and other projects I have going on.
Good luck to everyone participating in Camp NaNo and the A to Z challenge. 🙂
Look forward to your comments. 🙂
7 thoughts on “#IWSG: Camp NaNo”
You’re doing both Camp NaNo and the Challenge? Ambitious! Good luck and if you only have a couple more Challenge posts to write, you’re in a good place.
Thanks Alex 🙂
Do you enjoy Camp NaNo? I don’t participate in that or the A-Z Challenge because for me, I think it would cause more stress than be beneficial. Good luck with your short stories!
I do enjoy Camp NaNo. I find the A to Z challenge fun to participate in. I usually start working on the theme for the following year after the previous one is over. So, for me there’s no stress because I work on the posts as I get time during the year and get them ready to go. Camp NaNo is more laid back than NaNo. With Camp you can set your own word count unlike NaNo where you have to do 50k during the month. I set the word count for Camp between 15k and 25k. It depends on the project and how far I’m into it what the count will be for Camp. Thanks. Will be keeping everyone posted on the short stories and other writing. 🙂
I’m impressed that you’re doing all these at once as well! I did a combo-post for IWSG and AtoZ today, and that was challenging enough!
Sounds like you have quite the full plate and a great attitude, in spite of data migration to a new computer. Best of luck to you.