We’re 1/3 of the way through Nanowrimo!! My motivation is kind of dipping. I haven’t written anything for the past two days because I’ve been busy and distracted and a bit sick. But I’m going to do heaps of writing over the weekend so you don’t need to worry about me.
October has gone past crazily fast, and I’ve done a lot less reading than I planned. Now it’s time to look back on the craziness and see what’s been going on. Also can I just say that I love writing wrap ups? They help me realise how quickly time is passing.
Nanowrimo is just around the corner (only a couple more days to go!) and it’s made me reflect on my experiences last year in nanowrimo. I thought I’d pass on some tips I learnt from participating in my first nanowrimo, you probably know a few of them already but it can’t hurt to have them reinforced.
We’re half way through prep-tober and Nanowrimo is just around the corner. For those of you who don’t know, nanowrimo or national novel writing month is when people try to write a novel (or 50 000 words) in the month of November. I participated last year and despite my stressfully high amount of school work I am looking forward to participating again this year.
July was a pretty good month for me. I had holidays for the first half of the month so I got a reasonable amount of reading and writing done.
Unfortunately I always wish I could have done a bit more, and especially in terms of school work I didn’t do as much as I probably should have. But overall a good month.
All covers link to goodreads.
We’re half way through the month, how crazy is that? The days have just flown by, but now seems like an appropriate time to check in with my camp nanowrimo goals and plans to see whether I have actually stuck to them. Hopefully by sharing this information with you all I will feel more motivated to keep going. I’d love to hear how camp nanowrimo is going for all of you so let me know down in the comments.
I made a bunch of goals at the beginning of the year and now that it is half way through the year (ahh that doesn’t feel real) I am going to go over them and see how I am going. Some are going so well… some are going not so well.