While reading the wonderful entries on Cherie Reich's 2nd Annual Flash Fiction Blogfest today, I became aware of Camp NaNoWriMo.
Anyone who has been following my blog for a long time will know I started taking my writing seriously with NaNo, and that I'm a bit addicted to the process. Something about only having thirty days, and needing to reach a certain word count total makes me write like nobody's business. I'm addicted to the rush!
I have every intention of taking part in November's NaNoWriMo, and already have a story in mind, that's currently in the planning stages.
Now I've just heard about Camp NaNo, happening in June and August, and the temptation to participate is overwhelming.
I'm knee deep in edits for Sibylline Nights, have a project I'm working on with Kyra Lennon, and I've just agreed to be a CP for Sheena-kay Graham. I don't want to NOT do any of these things, I'm actually looking forwards to all of them.
It's NaNo. And if I do it in August and November I could get the ground work done on two projects (I can already here Henry the vampire from my planned paranormal drama clamouring for attention).
I think I will see how the rest of May and June go, and make a decision about NaNo in mid-July. I really hope I can fit it in.