I felt that since I had mentioned last month that I was starting Camp NaNoWriMo, that is only right that I tell you all how it went.
Well, I had completed my writing goal, which was changed to 30,000. I ended up writing a little above that. From what I had mentioned last week about Camp Nano and Me
I had decided what I wanted to do. I’m sure this time. Though, after I write a couple more chapters, I am going to set it down and do something else and come back to it at a later date. I don’t want to bogged my mind down on two set of characters and their crazy criminal, sexual lives. Ugh! Sometimes characters in a novel can work your nerves for just being how they are. And sometimes, they can make you feel like you are the evil genius that is if you are the one writing about them and their lives.
The month of July was a month of craziness for me in general, suffering from pains out of nowhere, (that was last week) and feeling like I need to get back into the spiritual side of things.
Though, amidst of it all, I had realized that I shouldn’t try to perfect everything, and not be so hard on myself. Sometimes, you have to slow things down and calm your nerves. Breathe and recuperate. There are only one of you, and life is still going to continue with or without you. That’s what I tell myself at times.
And now I’m telling you the same. Don’t try to pile on everything at once. Give yourself some “me time” because it’s important that you do.
Camp NanoWriMo has been helpful in the way that it has, and I can’t tell you if I’m going to join the regular NaNoWriMo in November because I don’t know yet if I am. Though, if you haven’t tried either, give it a try for yourself. You might like it,
Thanks for reading, lovelies. I hope all is well with you and that you are all staying safe. Stay bless.