So Camp NaNoWriMo launches in a few days, and I think I'm ready. I have the marshmallows, the graham crackers, the chocolate bars.
Wait, I'm suppose to be writing?
Umm... maybe not quite as ready as I thought I was.
Well, I am. I think I'm actually going to be participating as a rebel this time, since I have about four really good WIPs that I need to work on, and I don't have any fresh ideas for camp. I've got a couple, but they're just tidbits of ideas. The one I'm really wanting to work on is Heaven's Bounty, my (2008?) NaNo. It's actually pretty good. I love the characters, and their interactions, my only real problem is I'm a little stuck on the ending. I don't quite know how I want to end it! I think I'm getting close, but I don't know. See, I have a little confession to make:
I suck at endings. I mean, I tend to start and not finish so many novels that I have far less practice finishing them than I do starting them. So maybe that's what I need to focus on for a while. Either way, I'll be writing 50k during camp, and I hope you join me. We're launching this week, and I've had the pleasure of poking around on the new site in testing all last week, and it's so pretty and simple and awesome. I hope you like it!
So in the interest of a Camping theme, let's talk toasting marshmallows. Do you like yours on fire, or lightly toasted until golden brown? Do you like to eat off the outside that's been cooked and re-toast the innards? How do YOU like your marshmallows?