Friday, June 1, 2012

Summer Camp Time!

Well CampNaNoWriMo that is. What's that you say? It's a sadistic ritual that I previously have only been practicing once a year that has now become a twice maybe even three times a year event. Basically, it's a fun (for the masochistic) writing encouragement program that provides excellent support to people who are writing a novel or 50k words in one month.

Sounds good right? Until you reread the part that states writing a novel and/or 50,000 words in a month.

That's my plan for the next thirty days or so. Writing 2,000 words a day (basically a chapter) until I finish my half done novel from 2010. I'm excited and motivated to "git 'er done!"

Wish me luck and here's a quick blurb of my novel, "On the Other Side of the Teacup."

Eleanor, "Rigby" to her friends, finds herself in a magical world after taking the advice and tea mixture from a friendly gypsy working at the Renaissance Festival.

It was an unusually cloudy and rainy in Arizona the day Eleanor Ashby stumbled upon the chance to find life and magic in a world that had gone stagnant and stale. Like most stories where extraordinary circumstances prey upon seemingly ordinary people, the journey started in the most mundane of ways. Before Eleanor’s, Rigby her preferred nickname, meeting with the Sisters of Fate or at least one particularly meddlesome cousin of the Sisters Three, she must first journey back in time to a place far, far away.

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