Check out this guest post from Jemima Pett from The Story Reading Ape.
This month it’s Writing Challenges, since it’s not too late to sign up to Camp NaNoWriMo for April.
Hang on, I hear you say, NaNoWriMo is in November – write every day for 30 days and end up with a 50,000 word novel.
Camp NaNoWriMo (Can I call it Camp Nano now?) is like going to summer camp, and happens in April and July. You can join in a virtual cabin and get support from your cabin mates, and you can also do editing and other projects, and set your target, not just do a 50,000 word first draft, which is okay for a children’s novel, but not for a full-blown adult one.
You can of course write any time, but if you find the focus of getting a…
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