April CampNaNoWriMo 2020 Wrap Up

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Is anyone surprised I didn’t win Camp again?

I almost made it halfway to my goal. Woohoo!

It wasn’t the best or the worst Camp NaNoWriMo I’ve ever had. That surprised me. With the disastrous state of the world I expected something extreme. I was braced for either the worst month of writing ever or a sudden increase in productivity. Neither happened and I’m a little disappointed.

Overall, I had an enjoyable time. At least a few people in my writing group kept writing up until the end. The achievement feature helped make that apparent. Knowing others were still writing kept me motivated to keep going.

Am I still in love with my project? Of course! I was working on the middle of major rewrite of one of my favorite novels. I could have had the worst month ever and I would still love this story.

Camp was definitely the highlight of the month. I really wish there was more competition for the “best thing about April” award this year, but let’s be honest, there wasn’t much to be excited about.

I don’t want to think about what would have happened with my anxiety if I didn’t have a project to work on all month. I already spent too much of my time worrying even with a month-long distraction. It would have been so much worse if I only had Netflix and Hulu to occupy my time.

Did you win Camp NaNoWriMo? Was it a good distraction for you or did you find the added pressure to be a problem?

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