My Camp goal was to edit every chapter of The Heart of the Baenor that I’d already written and then write the remainder of it, while keeping up with my Alphabet Blogging Challenges on here and on Our Mind Palace. I did get all of the chapters edited, I finished on Sunday, and I did keep up with my blogging challenges for a long time. With blogging I fell off the rails roughly when my laptop lost the ability to connect to the internet and thus I could no longer work at night (my productivity on everything went downhill), so I tried to keep up with it and then in the last week I just decided I was going to pick and choose then which ones to keep planned and which to just not do. (Apologies that you didn’t get a V, X, Y, or Z. I didn’t have the brainpower.) But since that was planned on the last week I decided to count that goal complete.
In the last week I also formulated an idea for a new resource that I’m working on for the resource library. It’s gonna be huge, that’s all I’m going to say about it. I’d like to make it as helpful for you as possible, so if you’d let me know down in the comments what your specific writing struggles are I’d appreciate it. And if you’d like to get access to that as soon as it goes live, you can sign up to my newsletter right now in the form on the sidebar and you’ll see it first.
Altogether I wrote 41,674 this month, which is an improvement over recent months. It was almost entirely blogging, but I’m pretty proud of what I blogged this month so I don’t feel too bad about that.
Hahahaha haha ha ha. Yeah no. I have been doing so little reading lately. XP I finally read one more chapter of The Hobbit and I started rereading The Secret of the Desert Stone (book 5 of The Cooper Kids series by Frank Peretti) for the billionth time, but I’ve made no significant progress on my reading goals. I’m hoping to at least finish The Hobbit this month.
How was your April? Did you participate in Camp NaNoWriMo? What have you been reading? And don’t forget to let me know what you’re biggest writing struggle is! I’d love to tackle it in my new resource. Have a great month!