Camp NaNoWriMo

CampNaNo Day 19!

It’s early in the morning. The sun is coming up brightening the sky. My one-year-old son is watching Goldie and Bear on the Disney Jr. Channel, hubby is making breakfast before he goes to work. And my daughter is home from school this week due to vacation. She’s still snoozing away with her radio turned to KLOVE. She listens to it every night.

My dogs are lying next to me on the couch as I sit comfortably writing this blog post. I’m contemplating the events over the weekend where I passed out at the wheel. Thankfully, my hubby was able to stop the car before a major accident happened. All I can say is I’m thankful everything turned out alright and that I’m doing okay.

And I’m back here working on my novel. The inner critic is butting it’s head in and I’m trying not to go back and edit my story yet. Really need to just get it down first. But  should start with rereading what I’ve written to get back into the groove of things.

How are you doing so far? I’ve got about 19,677 words…and counting. Have you run into any roadblocks on your journey? If you have, what have you done to get past them? I’d love to hear your stories. Please feel free to leave comments or send an email to jisoucie@hotmail.com.

Happy Writing! 🙂

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Camp NaNoWriMo, God Never Forgets

Camp NaNo Day 6

Day 6 is upon us and I admit I have had a slow start. The pain and fatigue of fibromyalgia have slowed me down for the past few weeks. Usually I can work through them, but during a flare it’s all I can do to function.

So I am working on my second book, God Never Forgets, which is about my journey with mental illness and how God has been helping me through it. I have chapter one finished and I’m currently working on chapter two which will be done soon.

So where are you on your novel? Making any great progress, or are you have a slow start like me? What kind of story are you working on this month? What motivates you to write?

I’d love to hear from you. Please leave comments below or you can email me jisoucie@hotmail.com

 

Happy writing!