In order to get my Nanowrimo 2011 novel finished, I’m heading to camp. Camp Nano, that is.
The idea is to write 50,000 words in a month – just as the November version. What’s the difference? There are two sessions to choose from: June and August – and instead of geographic regions, there are “cabins” consisting of a small grouping of people (four to six as I’ve heard).
This will be the best chance at pressuring myself into finishing my book’s first draft and scoring a printed copy. The deadline for that would be the end of June, so see what I mean?
[Being only enough time for a first draft, I’ll slap “uncorrected proof” on the cover and then see what feedback I get before making any drastic changes. Surely much will need done in the proofreading department anyway.]
More to come concerning camping plans. Curious to try it too? Come take a look!