After I had published the last blog post here about NaNoWriMo, I opened the site and logged in. Oh my goodness! It doesn’t look anything at all like the CampWriMo´s. I could neither make head nor tails out of it, and it rather scared me than pepped me to write. If I can’t even figure… Read More Scary expectations
And in November! You know what happens then, don’t you? Yes! Time for NaNoWriMo! I said to myself after my two Camp-WriMo this summer, that I for sure wouldn’t participate in the “real” WriMo in November. Too many words to reach for. 50 000. It was stressful enough to reach my self-set goal of 24… Read More Soon November
After finishing CampWriMo I gave myself two days off from writing. That was a week ago. And yes! You understand me right! I haven’t even opened my manuscript yet! Hardly written anything else either. I knew it was a bit too high pressure on me, the number of words I had chosen and that I… Read More Is this how it is?
Words: 30 184 … and counting – but not on CampWriMo any longer. I am glad, I restored the goal to 30 000 words. That is the real Winning! #CampNaNoWinner2019 – July!
I didn’t make it today. Couldn’t write all of the nearly 1700 words that were left. Maybe I had if it hadn’t started burning on one of the balconies here. Such an exciting life… BUT! I wrote 955, and have now only 700 words remaining. And I know with what I will begin writing tomorrow!… Read More Soon there
For two days I have been reading all that I have written for CampWriMo/July. AND edited! Not so much deleted anything, well, a little here and there, but instead added texts. Here and there. I have moved a couple of scenes to other places, and also moved and changed within paragraphs and sentences. As a… Read More Oooops!
A very pleasant feeling filled me this evening when I finished writing the scene that was due for today. Not having to invent something only to score more words. Just writing until the end of the scene – and then, nothing more. Five hundred and twenty words – that’s all right.
I lowered my goal on CampWriMo yesterday. From 31 000 to 30 000, and then – later the same day – to 28 000. Why? Not because I thought I wouldn’t make it. I would, per se. But because I added a lot of words just to reach the daily amount of words. I became… Read More I confess
So now my daughter and grandson, and her friend are gone. Two days passed quickly by but were very nice. Tiring as well, won’t deny that. Four people in a one-room-flat, also sleeping at nights, and I’m not used to having anyone else sleeping here. But, of course, also a lot of joy having them… Read More A win-win?