April is Camp NANOWRIMO Month

My Dear Future Readers,

So, in an attempt to get started on Book 3 (Title to be announced after the book is completed), I entered the April Camp NaNoWriMo contest.  I thought it would be a good push for me to keep writing on my work-in-progress. Yes, I started to write almost everyday but with a word goal of 15,000 words for the month, I believe that it is doable. Also, I am trying to finish Chapter 2 which is quite hard to do, I don’t know why….

Sometimes, i think it is the pressure of the idea that I am writing Book 3 already. But mostly, I believe that Book 3 is a very rough idea in my head. I have not yet figured out how to write out what I want Book 3 to say. I thought that without the pressure of 50,000 words like in November, I would have a better chance at finishing my work-in-progress. But all I feel is the lack of ideas. Honestly, that happens a lot. This is a new book and writing something new is hard for me.

Think of essays, you had to write. Starting has been hard for me since school. But, I am writing for me, for you, my dear future readers and not for a “grade” on a paper. A “grade” is a number while recognition is forever. That is also why I am doing Camp NaNoWriMo this year in April. I want to feel like I can start something and finish it in a short time frame even if I only finish a few chapters. I need to get to the middle so I can at least know that I am half way done with my work-in-progress. Which is why i am trying to write everyday and note down my plot ideas so that I don’t lose track of where I left off and have a record of my plot for later.

Plot-The main idea of the entire book……how hard can that be to write? Very hard. But also, very important. Which is why I am takking my time with Book 3 now.

I’m trying to do what I can so that I don’t get confused in my own writing. After all, I’m going to be doing this full time so I need to have my ideas organized. I need to keep my plot on paper so I don’t forget it or write it wrong.

I will tell you how far I get through Book 3 by the end of April. I want to get at least two chapters written by the end of April. So instead of Chapter two, I will be on Chapter 4 or 5. Although,  I’m not sure the halfway mark is for a book. But I’m going to keep writing anyway. April is my month toi get this Book 3 on the way. I’ve had writer’s block long enough. Now, it’s time to really start working.

“I’m eager to read more! Excellent work!” -Alyssa Nand, editor.

To get this praise from my editor is the greatest reward for me as an author. And yes, that makes me want to write more books. The more I work on Book 1 with my editor the more I see that my writing is good not just adequate. Which is why I want to write Book 3 faster and Camp NaNoWriMo will help he with that.

I look forward to hearing from you soon. I thank you all for your infinite support.

Yours Truly,

Diana Rose

YA Fantasy Romance Published Author

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Diana Rose is a Russian native who lives in New York. Her stories transport readers to the fantasy filled worlds where she brings royalty and magical beings to life, with colorful romantic scenes and characters that her imagination creates. She fuels her creativity while reading romantic novels. When Diana is not writing, she enjoys spending her time with her family and friends. You can find her on her Facebook Author Page: https://www.facebook.com/DianaRoseRomance

One thought on “April is Camp NANOWRIMO Month”

  1. I wish you all the best with your writing.
    Sometimes, it feels like climbing a huge mountain – we have to remember it’s just one step at a time. We’ll get there. You’ll get there.
    Be kind to yourself, too.

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