Camp NaNoWriMo 2015: What Am I Working On

I thought I’d share a bit about my current project because I haven’t really talked about it.

What is it called?

I haven’t thought of a title yet.

What is it about?

I’m going to give generalities rather than particulars or specifics because I’m still writing the first draft and things change all the time. The story revolves around relationships binding a family together and how love can push people away yet bring them together at the same time.

Which genre?

I thought it was going to be YA, but it’s turning into a more mature read. So OYA? Older young adult.

Which POV?

First person but the chapters alternate in viewpoints between a few of my characters.

Who’s the main character?

An eighteen year old girl. Names are tentative and subject to change at any notice. I’m calling her Lily as of right now.

Who’s your favourite character?

I like writing Andy’s parts. He’s a young boy who takes more than he should. I’m leaving it at that.

Favourite sentence or passage so far?

Completely unedited: “I feel like I’m suffocating. But maybe drowning is the better word.

I’d love to know more about your current project. Create a blog post about it or leave a comment down below.

You’re working on something, right? I’m kidding. Of course you are. You’re a writer after all.

8 thoughts on “Camp NaNoWriMo 2015: What Am I Working On

  1. Ooo!!! Sounds like it’ll be a good read! I’m still working on my fantasy series for middle grade. I’m in the last stages of editing before I ship it out to agents the second time around. I have a list of things I’m working on over my bloggie! 🙂


  2. Oh yeah, that “old young adult” label is tricky to work with! My YA book certainly dealt with some pretty mature themes…

    However, you mention that your main character is 18, so I believe that your story might actually fit under the “New Adult” label? If I recall correctly, New Adult is based on the ages of 18-25.


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