CampNaNoWriMo is just around the corner! In just a few weeks I’ll be entering another writing frenzy alongside many other writers.
Right now I’m not quite settled on what I want to do for Camp. Being able to set a word count goal above or below 50,000 words opens up a lot of possibilities. In November I just need to pick a project. For Camp, I can strategize a bit by setting a different word count goal.
I know I’ll be continuing to work on Inbetween rather than starting another writing project. Earlier this year I joked about having the first draft of Inbetween completed before April. As with everything I write, this story is getting bigger and bigger. Now I’m confident that I will still have plenty to write in April.
I’m not sure what I want my word count goal to be. The obvious solution would be to set my goal to the usual 50k. I know I can write that many words in a month. I also know I’ve never once won CampNaNoWriMo no matter what goal I pick, but I’m always hopeful this time will be different.
Back in January, I set a long-term writing goal on the Writeometer app to have 120k written for Inbetween by April 30. The obvious option would be to set my April goal to whatever would get me to 120k by the end of the month, but it might be fun to push myself to exceed that goal too. Fortunately, I have a whole month to mull over this!
Are you planning to do CampNaNoWriMo in April? Have you picked your project yet and set a goal? Let me know about your plans in the comments!