It's that time again ... where writers from all over the planet emerge from hibernation, take to the grocery stores' snack section & stock pile for the best writing event of the year!!!
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There's only 1 thing better than the original Nano & that's Camp Nano: every April & July. The biggest difference is the flexibility of the projects. It's a time to revise your November project, beef up your blogs, complete some screenwriting or finish off your Thesis.
This year, I'll try --again-- to revise a previous nano. Feel free to download this, share it and let it guide you through the messiness that is writing er, revising.
Feel free to leave a comment about future calendars you'd like to see for July's Camp. (Revision, Word Trackers, Writing Prompts)
This year, I created 2 sets of calendars; for pantsers & rebels. If you're a planner, feel free to adapt these as well. There are 4 image choices for each calendar, so I hope one catches your eye! They are designed to be wallpapers for your laptop to give you daily inspiration. The free space on the side is for your notes or desktop clutter. Good luck this year! Pantser Mojo Plan
The revision calendar is called: Pantser Revision Plan
I blame the internet for my double booking this July. I signed up for the #hotandsticky 4 month long summer writing extravaganza. Feel free to join in the fun or mark your calendar for next summer. Details for that craziness can be found on this blog post and here’s a link to their youtube channel. The hashtag is great fun on Twitter.
Ok, back to camp! This time the calendar is all about keeping the summer groove, classroom style. It features expert level procrastination, a writer’s must do. It also features high level randomness also known as ‘I’m not procrastinating because it adds a creative element to my WIP.’ No class of people can whup us when it comes to creatively finding ways to procrastinate. We invented that ninja in our psyche!
My quote for the month, in honour of our awesomeness & libraries: “The greatest part of a writer’s time is spent in reading, in order to write; a man [& a woman] will turn over half a library to make…