I’m still alive, folks!
As for Camp NaNo…I’ve been lazy.
The Woodsman has been stalling on me, keeping me at only a few thousand words.
However, due to a brainstorming session I had with a friend earlier today, the gears are starting back up.
Starting with Chapter 4, I’m integrating some of those new changes. And I think I have some fodder for posts, so stay tuned for those in August!
(Yes, I’m still on a semi-hiatus for July)
I also switched the word count goal again. Now it’s 25k.
Excerpt of the week: (More like last week, but oh well)
In front of them stood the blackened shell of a house. Most of the roof was caved in, windows were shattered, and the wraparound porch sagged under the weight of the fallen eaves and a small portion of the roof.
An evergreen tree was growing through the hole in the roof and the windows, its’ lush green leaves providing a stark contrast to the gray and black tones that marked the scars of a fire.
On one of the window panes, a vase held a small bouquet of dead flowers.
So…that’s been my Camp NaNo so far. Fellow writers, how are your projects coming along?