CampNaNoWriMo Update: Week Two


Another week has gone. “What?” I hear you fellow CampNaNo participants cry. Yes, we are half way through April and I have no idea how that happened. Again, I have been busy with keeping my six year old entertained throughout the Easter holidays, but I have had a productive writing week. At the beginning of the week, I started falling behind on my daily targets, and then I missed 48 hours of writing altogether. The last part of the week was my redemption. Call it a spurt of inspiration, but I got myself back on track in just 2 days. Phew.

Current Wordcount: 10,923/ 25k

What have I been drafting to?









“If you haven’t noticed, we’re at war. We’re fighting for our lives and freedom, people are dying, and some are still in those centres that these guys rescued a good percentage of you from. Yet, here you are, whinging and moaning because you can’t wash every day, you’re tired, you’re hungry. Well, guess what? We’re all hungry, and we all stink, and we all want to not be able to smell the latrines, but we’re lucky that we are eating, we are safe, and we have got a hole to crap in. Do me a favour and show some damn respect for the three people who are holding this mess together.”

Are you participating in CampNaNo this month? How has your experience been so far? Feel free to drop me a comment.

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6 thoughts on “CampNaNoWriMo Update: Week Two”

  1. Congrats on catching up!! I’m behind but having fun and I’ll carry on into May until the novel is done so it’s not an issue really. I’m just enjoying the community! 🙂 Plus the excellent songs you have to offer! 👌👌👌

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    1. I’m behind again, but it is Easter weekend. I think I’ll have a month of writing ups and downs, but I’ll carry on into May if needs be, too. Good luck with the 2nd half of the month. 😀


    1. I can’t lie, I’m feeling the pressure with this one. It’s all consuming at the moment, but I really want to do Teddie justice. Thank you, I’m glad you like the teaser. It’s hard to find ones that don’t spoil the narrative and/or the other books for those who havent read them, yet.

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