I missed Camp last year, but I’ll be here this year! It’s been six months since I’ve written a blog post. I know. Being a teacher demands a lot of responsibility, stress, time, and more stress. I love my job though.
Last time I went to camp, I wrote a manuscript of Charity of an Azurine, which needs to be re-written because I completely trashed most of it and kept bits and pieces. I have about 12 potential chapters, 3 of them have hit the 3,000 word mark, leaving the other 9 (I can do math!) blank, but with synopsis.
I say all that because, my goal for the 31 days in July, I will be getting through at least 25,000 words of Destiny of an Azurine. My bags are packed and ready to go. I’m still editing here and there in the mornings until it’s time to retreat into the woods for 31 days. I’m really excited and it’s nice being able to touch my writing again.
At the end of the month, I’ll evaluate how well it is and go from there. Fingers cross. It’s been five years since I wrote everything down. It’s been evolving and butchered over these years. If it’s ready then, there will be a novel ready for publishing very soon.
I’ll be posting blog post every week in July of my progress, trials, and word count status. If you haven’t already, I reviewed Helen Jane Long: Perspective on my #writingtothemusic blog. I have two more reviews coming this month as well. If you want to join a cabin with me let me know! I’m amayawrites on Camp NaNoWriMo just pm me.