Remember when last November I went crazy about writing 50,000 words in a month?
Let me say with dear old Britney: “Oops, I did it again!”
This time, though, it’s a tiny bit different. It’s a Camping Project. Which, obviously doesn’t involve any tent.
Let me explain: the tent is virtual and it’s the place where I can find other writers to talk to (‘You Are Not Alone’ style). Then, the project might be anything, from a screenplay to a novel, but even some nice and necessary editing is allowed.
Also, there’s no universal word target, so you don’t have to go crazy if you think you’ll not be able to write 1,670 words per day. I set my goal to 30,000 words, but I have two weeks to think again and lower it down to 20,000.
Truth is, I’d like to take my NaNoWriMo project to an end (finish the novel) and I’m not sure I have 30,000 words worth of story left. I might as well start the editing the same month, but something tells me it would be better to wait a bit.
Or I might just decide to start randomly blabber about all and nothing for a few thousands words.
So, in 7 days I’ll know who are my Tent-Companions.
In 18 days I’ll start writing (and wishing for a rainy summer… or it might be the good time I start writing longhand!).
I’ll keep you updated, folks! … and maybe by the end of the year you might see my book on Amazon!