This has really become a challenge. I’m currently at 5500 words. I am writing every night (instead of writing for this blog…) and can’t seem to get past the amount of words that I SHOULD be writing every day.
I don’t know how I expected to do NaNoWriMo, if 20K is becoming such a challenge.
You would think its because my story is becoming difficult to continue? No.
Writer’s Block? No.
I have an issue with not editing, but it is part of my problem that I cannot finish a story so I keep repeating myself NOT to edit or REWRITE scenes because I’ll use it as a way not to finish this story again.
Anyway, I found this video on YouTube. I’ve actually thought or said half of these…
One of my favorite hobbies is to write (duh, that’s why I made a blog). I’m not the greatest writer, but I love it. I’ve always had an issue with finishing stories, I have one specific story that I have rewritten probably more than 8 times. If I don’t finish it, I write a rushed ending that I’m aware sucks. Also, I want to write a comedy- it is wicked hard.
I found out about Nanowrimo through a Vlogbrothers YouTube video and last year I attempted to do it. I failed with 4025 words out of 50 000.
Then, I found out about Camp Nanowrimo. Why should we wait until November to write? It is such a brilliant idea, have a warm up before you go into November. You set your own word goal; you can use a previous unfinished work and you get to have a warm- up Nanowrimo experience. I’m definitely geeking out about trying this out come July and had to write about it.
I’m setting two simple goals, and hoping to accomplish at least one:
1) 20 000 Words.
2) Actually finish the story.