It’s that time of year again, Camp NaNoWriMo is here at last!

Not sure what in the world a NaNoWriMo is? Well, it’s simple. NaNoWriMo stands for National Novel Writing Month. Writers sign up every year to take part in a 50,000 word challenge throughout the course of the month of November. Winning the challenge is not what’s important, but the willingness to do it and to improve your writing skills matters. I have proudly finished the last both 2017 and 2018 challenges.

So, what is Camp NaNoWriMo you’re asking? It’s the same as the November challenges except the fact that Camp takes place in April and July and allows users to set their own monthly goal. Think 50,000 words for an entire month is too much? Maybe this time around you will shoot for 30,000 or 20,000 or maybe even 7,000! The choice is yours.

During the month, you’re able to tackle any writing project they’d like, including new novel drafts, revision, poetry, scripts, and short stories. Just be sure to meet your goal by the end of the month. This time around, I will be focusing on a novel I’ve been drafting since high school, so I’m setting my word count to 50,000.

You can sign up here:

Will any of you take up the challenge? Leave a comment below if you’re planning on joining me on this wild ride and I’ll see you all at the end of the month.

Thank You For Reading.