Whoops, it’s the 19th, and I haven’t updated for Camp NaNo at all. I posted on Facebook a bit, but…I’ve put more of my attention on other projects this month and didn’t get as far as I’d hoped.
But, so far this has been a really fun project! The book is turning out how I want it to, at least so far – which is about 13k words. It should be pretty short and sweet, and probably won’t fall far outside NaNo’s typical 50k-word threshold (she said, and it was famous last words as usual).
Funny, for how big the story itself is, I don’t think I’ll need a ton of words to tell it. Which is good, since I’m aiming to do this, uh, eight more times? Just in this series?
Ah, ambition. It keeps me going. Parallel projects, I tell ya, keeps my pesky mental cobwebs away.
Things I’ve learned at Camp:
- I rely heavily on random generators for throwaway projects.
- I’m not fond of my main character. Is this bad? Still investigating. She’ll be alright, I think.
- I adore the boys.
- I write the same five people into every story. I tell myself I have diverse characters but no. It’s the same five people.
- Without writing sprints, I am nothing against a large word count.
If I don’t return to this blog with updates before the end of the month, I’ll let you know how far I get.