My my, I have a lot to do.
My last day of class was today. School is finally over! Hooray! Now I can focus on all of the other stuff I've been seriously neglecting.
One - I just found out that Camp NaNoWriMo is starting tonight at midnight. I just finished school, I have no serious commitments for the next month, and I've been struggling lately to get into the writing mood. I'm feeling this. I really, really am. Just something to get me excited, to keep me in line, and make writing my priority again. So, exciting.
Two - editing! I haven't worked on editing my novel in FOREVER! I'm finally coming to terms with the fact that I'm not doing it wrong when I sit down with a stack of three hundred pages and a red pen. That's the right way to do it. It's not as much fun as writing, but it needs to be done. So while I'm writing and not doing anything else in July, I'm also going to be editing my novel, The First Task of Symon Daye.
Three - getting a story on Smashwords. Tomorrow! It's called Luna, and it's about people living on the moon, and the dangers of leaving our home world for the unknown of space. It's gonna be lots of fun. It's not very long, but it's one of my more recent stories and I really like how it turned out. I'm gonna link the crap out of it once it's 'published', so look here for that and others to come, depending on what happens with this first one.
So... working on my novel (which really, really needs to be worked on), editing another novel, and providing all you fine people of the internet with free entertainment.
I'm so super serious about all of this. I need to get my act together, and this is now I'm jump starting myself. Last year, after NaNo, I totally just stopped writing. It was too much all at once. Now, I'm in the exact opposite boat. I need to get myself motivated, and I really think that having a reason to write every day is a good one. I'll post my progress here.
And I'll keep up with the regular posts. Last year, when I was doing NaNo, I wasn't talking about much else. Just stay tuned! I'll make it worth your while, I promise.