The folks at NaNoWriMo are best known for putting on one hell of a 50K write-a-thon each November, but did you know they also have Camp NaNo in April and July? Well, yep, they do. The main difference is you set your own word goal of 10K or more, so participants can choose to write the minimum or shoot for the moon with 100K or more. In NaNoLand, the sky’s the limit.
You can sign in with user name from the regular site, if you already have one, or create a new one. Camp offers it own bull’s-eye style progress chart, cabins full of other participants ready to bond between word sprints, plenty of inspiration to help you bang out the first draft of your next new novel, awesome sponsor offers (including major discounts on Scrivener and Aeon Timeline), and a whole lot of creative fun.
So, are you in for the April writing frenzy?
I’m in! I’m pretty excited for it. Good luck to you!
Good luck to you too, Maggie! 🙂
Yes! I’m doing some fantasy short stories this year, a mix of new ones, one near-total rewrite, and one incomplete novelette to complete. I’ve assembled a small cabin full of other Short Story Scribes.
Of course, first I need to finish my March editing for NaNoEdMo… 😉
Good luck with the short stories! 🙂