off to camp!
Over at the Camp NaNo website the countdown clock says two hours and something minutes. Less than three hours and I’ll be starting on my novel. The first draft of my novel. Hm…
Anyway – a minimum of 50.000 words in one month. It’s summer, I don’t have any other work but write applications and a small handful of side projects that don’t require constant attention. I have prepared more than I have ever prepared for any of my stories, I’ve got pages and pages of notes and list of things that I need to keep in mind and that is pinned up next to my desk. I have chocolate and wine in the house. I have awesome cabinmates. I think I’m ready.
I’m also nervous. I’m afraid of becoming discouraged and giving up (again). I’m afraid of not being able to put down the words in a way that makes the story come alive on paper in the same way as it is alive in my head. I’m afraid of being stuck and not knowing how to go on.
But I will only know if I can do it if I do it. I think. Any helpful words of advice to take on the way?
(I’m also VERY much looking forward to it. Just nervous. 🙂 )
Posted on May 31, 2012, in day-to-day and tagged Camp NaNo, NaNoWriMo, nervous, project, writing. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.
You can do it! Come on, brave german writer! Do a sketch plan at the first minute and then follow up this mainline of the history! Good luck!
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