Camp NaNo Win!

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Today is April 30. Personal taxes are due if you’re Canadian, and it is the final day to write and validate your word count for April Camp NaNoWriMo! My goal for this Camp Nano was 100,000 words, or however long it took to get to the end of my story, whichever came first. I validated today at 102,915 words. I am through the first round of edits and into the second. Questing for a Dream is on my production schedule to be released around December or January.

I really enjoyed having a private (virtual) cabin this year for Camp Nano, which was filled with online friends from various other forums around the net. We had lots of good discussion and encouragement.

Next Camp Nano isn’t until July, so I have two full months to work on editing, polishing, and publishing my other books.

Speaking of which, I will be making another announcement in another day or two… stay tuned!

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  1. Congratulations! That is a real accomplishment.

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