It’s May: the month of my birth AND a the month I spend jumping every time someone says the date because I think they’re talking about my May. The fact that it’s May also means that April – and subsequently, Camp NaNoWriMo – is over.
So, how did I do?
Let’s put in this way: LOL.
I didn’t even come close to hitting my 30k word goal.
That said, I did write. A lot, in fact.
For starters, I made a solid start on The Wind and the Horizon, the sequel to The Star and the Ocean. In the first half of the month I was able to get the prologue and first nine chapters drafted, which is pretty respectable in my opinion. I also managed to write two one-shot short stories that I’m making exclusively accessible for my mailing list subscribers (speaking of which, have you subscribed yet?)
All in all, I’m pretty pleased with my progress.
How about you? If you participated in Camp NaNoWriMo, how did you finish? If you didn’t go to camp, tell me about what you’re working on right now!