March Madness, indeed

This month has just been insane! Things are picking up both at work and in my almost non-existent social life. On top of it all, I’ve been trying to keep up on EdNaNoMo with the month a little over halfway gone. I have to wonder where the month went since suddenly I’m having to complete three hours of editing everyday until the month is over to be able to achieve the 50 hour total.

I remain optimistic that in the end I will succeed, but even if I don’t, I’ve achieved a lot this month. Only 173 pages remain before I complete my final read-through. And let me just say, it is redder than I had anticipated. I cannot stress enough the importance of a print out, less errors make it through. There is just something about having a paper in front of you — plus paper does not fatigue the eyes as much.

Not only have I made progress on my fantasy novel revisions, I have also conducted cursory edits/re-familiarized myself with my sci-fi novel, which I started during the 2011 NaNoWriMo and was unable to get past page 30. An outline has also been completed so I’m all set for Camp NaNoWriMo.

Yes, that is right Camp NaNoWriMo is gearing up for April with cabin assignments currently ongoing. Words cannot describe how excited I am for this event, so excited in fact I’m going to highly recommend everyone consider joining in on the fun!

Stay tune to the blog, I have several posts planned for the upcoming weekend. As always, thanks for stopping by!


Published by smwright

Sarah Wright is the author of The Heritage Lost Series and several other works of speculative fiction. Professionally, she works as a staff writer and editor at a newspaper/magazine company. She enjoys interweaving her love of history into her writing, even in the most fantastic settings.

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