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April is one of two Camp NaNoWriMo months this year.
I cut back on the hashtag games for November, ostensibly so I could focus on NaNoWriMo. I did do two, both of which I’d done in previous months, #AuthorConfession and #WIPTruthorDare.
One thing that I found is liable to help you on your writing quest is to grow and cultivate a community of like-minded individuals around you.
I’ve had two consecutive months where I’m spectacularly failed to accomplish the goals that I’ve been setting for myself. Which, as you might understand, has made me a bit wary of what I set myself for October.
I know that there’s still technically a few days left to go but the sad truth is that I’ve already written this month off. Not good but I figure I can either brood about what went wrong or I can acknowledge what went wrong and make sure I avoid doing the same thing next month.
I was originally going to post a piece about my current NaNoWriMo plans, but I’ve had a very discombobulating day so I’m spiking that for now. Instead, I’m going to go on a bit of a ramble/rant.
For most of the past week, various thoughts on what I was going to do for this month’s goals have been kicking around in the back of my head. And while I maybe haven’t decided to use all of those random notions, I have made a few choices.
With the notion of reviewing how my blog is laid out, I’ve been looking at some of my pages and some of my previous posts. And I realized something.
First off, a big hello, welcome and thank you kindly to you new readers.
And an especially big thank you to Raimey Gallant.
Or my November Goals review.