I spent 2018 doing a writing challenge. Here’s the end result.
In my last post I said that I had finished part 1. But looking back at the amount of work I’ve had to put in, adding another 10K to the draft, tells me that I wasn’t quite as finished as I had thought.
The following account is my experience of camp nano in April 2018 & beyond, during some sporadic journal entries I wrote.
This is a continuation of the last blog post. If you haven’t read that one, scroll down. The brief synopsis is that I wrote the first draft of a story in November last year (2017). This is part 2, what I did after nano and my initial forays into the world of rewriting.
*the image shows a working title for the story.
This is a glimpse into what it’s like to write a book (well the first draft) in one month. During November of 2017 I kept a journal whilst I did NaNoWriMo and this is the story of how I achieved what I did.
Look, I normally take my time with my blog. I sit down and I write up something, then spend another… Read more Just a quick one
I haven’t written a blog post in 4 months now. That’s pretty slack by me so this is going to be a long one. In short it’s about SectApe & guitar geeking, music & happiness, death & numbness, Camp Nanowrimo, an EP launch & a trip to Darwin.