Hey again guys! For me it's day three of Camp NaNoWriMo and it has been going very good for me so far. I had about 4000+ words the first day and now day three I'm planning not to spend the WHOLE day writing. I had nothing to do yesterday so I kept writing and writing and writing because I have no friends during the summer. :( Kidding, this camp is obviously more important than my fellow friends.
Here is a picture of me today around early morning time when I just gave out in like the first paragraph of the day. Ain't I attractive here with my little mustache. ----------->>>
Okay so I want to talk about how I save all my chapters and work for NaNoWriMo. It's important to save and back up your work in different places just in case one place doesn't work when you open it. I have all my chapters saved in three places and this is how I use them:
Hey there guys! So today is Camp NaNoWriMo day one, I was up all night on my computer until midnight just to start up camp super early.
I'm really excited about my concept for my story it's called More Than Words, inspired by the track More Than Words by Extreme. All I can you give right now is that it is a fiction YA romance story. I think what I like about my concept is that it's not insta- love it's about these two kids who bond together in their childhood, get separated in their early teens and then fate has its way of making them come back together.
Hey there guys! Today is The Josie Write up Weekly Post :) Where I answer your questions or suggestions. I also post the week's updates with my favorite posts and tips of the day for reading or writing.
Okay so one reader emailed me one time to play this game when a person shows you a book and you must write down or say the first feeling that you feel or the most memorable thing you remember about the book when you see it. I did this earlier with one of my friends and this is what I said in accordance to each book:
Tiger Lily: "Tears and Crying, sadness from the ending. Oh the remains of childhood!"
Hey again guys! Today I will be attempting to help you
writers out there turn on your brain gears and figure out what you want to
write about. Whether it's for Camp NaNoWriMo or another project everyone gets
in a creative rut, here are 3 easy tips to find the story you really want
to write about. Follow along and your writers block will just be another victim to it.
Hey there guys and gals! Today I will be talking about the upcoming Camp NaNoWriMo and how to warm up your yourself with your writing. For some of you who don't know what Camp NaNoWriMo is it is a lightened version of the NaNoWriMo in November but basically who have a month to write a nonstop draft of your very own novel while reaching your goal of writing a certain number of words everyday to complete your overall month goal and finish your first draft.
For more info about all the rules or if you would like to join the Camp NaNoWriMo experience Click HERE. It's my first year doing this so I am really hyped up and excited to share my two-week-before prep and experience with you guys!
Hey guys! Oh my gosh, it feels like forever since I've written and I am very much alive. I know I haven't been on in a year and let me tell you I have missed everyone and everything in the blogging world.
This past year which is the first school year having this blog has been extremely stressful. I haven't posted at all because I was going through a lot of things in school, dance, and volleyball. It's been a really hard year for me to just push through everything while keeping all my grades and exams in line. During dance I have had very rough times because of my breathing and competition was an awfully busy season during the year.
Everything was very extreme for me this past year but I am coming back into the world I love as a new person and with a better perspective on my writing.
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