I'm Going to Camp... NaNoWriMo 2016!

Tuesday, March 22, 2016 0 Comments A+ a-

I guess an apology for my absence should be here, but the sole reason for my absence is school (which is, thankfully, over now!) and a broken keyboard (which is also out  of the way since we  just bought a new one!).

Anyway, since summer has started rolling in. I decided to do something productive and also fun for the first month of summer. And it's Camp...


Camp NaNo is basically a more chill NaNoWriMo during April and July, wherein you can set your own word count goal instead of that 50,000  word mark. It's a training camp and kind of a prep for the November session (which is much, much more stressful than Camp). If you've never heard of  NaNoWriMo before, you can take a look at my previous post about it here and visit  the official site here.

The reason why I decided to join this year's camp is because I noticed that I vaguely remember my previous summers. I mean, sure, they were probably really fun, but somehow they weren't memorable. I wanted to make this year's summer memorable, fun, and productive. And since one of my New Year's Resolutions this year is to write more, what better way to spend the first month of summer than writing!

I'm not exactly whipping up a new story for this year's camp, but instead I'm revising and completing my novel last November, Ethereal, which I think I might have mentioned before.

Anyway, I apologize for such a boring comeback post. I can't promise more interesting ones in the future, but hey I'll try.

I've also been stacking up on books to read during the summer and a list of things I want to do, but I'm still pretty short  on things to do, so if you guys have any suggestions at all, please tell me down the comments below. Or better  yet, share what you'll be doing this summer too (if you're already on your summer break too)!


a 19 year old girl who firmly believes in the power and joy of writing and that the owl carrying her Hogwarts letter simply got lost.

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