Yay! It’s three days until the end of Camp NaNo 2013. I hope you can forgive my pre-written post since it’s the home stretch. I have just under four days to finish however many words I have left until my goal (you can check my Twitter feed and my Camp NaNo profile page for that number if you’re interested).
If I’ve been on my game, this is the first pre-written post you’ve seen (I had one for each week if this is the first one you’ve seen). I hope I’ve said some interesting things about my Camp NaNo experiences. I haven’t done very well in the past when I’ve done the regular NaNoWriMo in November.
Wish me luck on my last four (ish) days of Camp NaNo. I hope to finish with a win on my first year.
Another week and here’s another post I’ve failed to write. Hopefully, this the first time you’re seeing my pre-written apology post, but my track record doesn’t project good things for me. In fact, this is probably the third apology post you’ve seen this month.
Perhaps I should actually apologize. I’m sorry.
It’s likely that you follow my blog (or have stumbled across it) to read about my writing and what I think about writing in general. Right now it’s not going very well. At least I assume it isn’t going very well since it’s still June when I’m writing the post.
If you’re following my Twitter account or watching my NaNo profile page (I don’t know why you would do that one) then you’re aware of my word count. Feel free to yell at me there or in a comment here to tell me that I should be keeping up with my blogging duties. I deserve the scoldings (unless I’m less than halfway done with my wordcount; then I’m probably stressed).
There’s just over a week until the end of Camp NaNo. Let’s see how I do.
So… a week has come and gone. Unfortunately, if you’re seeing this little post, I’m drowning in real life and NaNo, and haven’t bothered to update my first draft with what actually has happened. This doesn’t say much for my progress, and I beg of all of you to comment and scold me for not writing a halfway decent post (or any post).
If you are honestly interested in seeing what I do this month, you can watch my Twitter feed (there’s a button somewhere on my blog). I should be posting daily wordcounts. You can also check out my profile page on the Camp NaNo site, which I’ll link to as soon as I figure out how I should.
I’ll see you all next week.
(Does anyone else think this may not have been the best month to launch a probably-controversial series of blog posts?)
This time I didn’t do very well checking off my list. It’s not a surprise, but I’m still disappointed in myself. I don’t know what I was doing this month, but it wasn’t writing. It’s amazing how badly I did this month.
…I should probably move on, shouldn’t I?