Tempus Fugit…

…and July’s Camp NaNoWriMo is right around the corner. As of now, I don’t know what I’m going to write yet. July is looking to be an extremely busy month, but the good part is that it’s got 31 days and a three-day weekend because of Independence Day.

I have four options of what to write:

  1. Continue with my current work in progress, just jack up the daily word count.
  2. Continue writing (and hopefully finish) the outline of my next story, which I did not finish in April.
  3. Start an outline for another story idea I had back in December. Or start writing the actual story and go without an outline.
  4. Do something completely different.

Do you have any ideas for July’s Camp yet?

13 thoughts on “Tempus Fugit…”

  1. I have an idea for a short (ish?) story that I’ve been messing around with lately. I might try to set a word goal for that. The summer NaNo’s are the more flexible ones in terms of word count, right?


  2. I haven’t done a Camp in a while, but I’m thinking about doing it this year, since I need to keep buckling down on my word count with /something,/ any of my projects, really.


  3. Continue with your current WIP. Might as well finish something you’ve already started. I ran a poll on my blog and had my readers vote for which novel I should write because I couldn’t decide either. I’ll be adding more words onto a WIP as well.


    1. I think I will go with that choice. It’s not like I’m losing steam with it, so full speed ahead!


  4. I would continue on with the current work in progress. That way you don’t get to overwhelmed or put it off to the side. If I did that it would be hard for me to get motivated to finish it. I’m doing a story that I just started a few weeks ago.


  5. I’d suggest like the others and continue what you’re working on. I’m not stressing too much about July camp yet. I’m thinking of editing what I’ve written so far from April’s camp. It’s nearly 40k now so once I finish up Part 1 of the story, I’ll reassess it in July.


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