This is unusual. Week 2 was so much better for me than week 1.
My word count wasn’t all that much larger than the first week of Camp, but I felt so much better about writing this week. The world is still scary and we’re still stuck in isolation, but I’m learning to accept it. Maybe I’m just numb now. Who knows.
Seeing all the achievements popping up in my Camp NaNoWriMo writing group has been super inspiring. It keeps the chat alive when we’re all too busy writing or procrastinating to initiate a conversation. It’s also an extra motivation to earn those badges. Other people can see them so I want to earn as many of them as I can.
I’m having a really good time with my project lately. I’ve put a lot of thought into this part of the story since writing the last draft and it is paying off. I know what I want to keep and what I want to change. It’s efficient and I hope the resulting rewrite will be that much closer to perfect.
There’s still a good chance I won’t win Camp this month. I’ve never won so I won’t be surprised. I’d love to break the losing streak, but I’m also pretty comfortable with my comically long track record of failing every single Camp event while more often than not winning the main NaNoWriMo event in November. Win or lose, having a bit more of a community online this month has been a blessing.
If you’re feeling bored or lonely, say hi! I’m usually around. There’s no reason social distancing has to mean less socializing.
How’s Camp NaNoWriMo going for you? Did you find the second week to be easier than the first?