It’s June, Herminia.
It’s never too early to start thinking about Camp NaNoWriMo. Or too late.
So what are you planning to do this coming July?
Will you write a new novel? Work on an old one? Start a script? Create some short stories?
Or if you aren’t from this planet, maybe you’re doing all of the above. I probably won’t even do a good job with one project on my plate.
Also every time I hear someone say they forgot about Camp, I want to roll my eyes because I don’t let anyone who follows my blog forget about the awesomeness that is April, July, and November. Clearly they weren’t following my blog. I don’t blame them. I don’t think I’d follow my own blog. But I do. Because I love myself that much.
Besides how does one forget about Camp? You don’t. More like you pretended you didn’t know about it, so you wouldn’t have to be creative. Then again why wouldn’t you want to create something wonderful? I don’t understand real people. Hence why I fall in love with fictional characters.
This post is a testament to why I shouldn’t be allowed to write blog posts where I ramble about pointless stuff that doesn’t pertain to anyone reading it. Maybe when I’m seventy-eight I’ll be able to hire someone to edit my work.
Whatever you’re planning to write, just remember that sometimes your original plans change. Allow it. Don’t be afraid to veer away from your road map and explore. After all that’s what Camp NaNo is for.