I know I’ve been quiet on here lately. Here’s one of the reasons why: much more fiction writing. (Another is discovering PaperPile, which is a far more efficient way of organizing references than tagging stuff on a blog, but that’s probably a post unto itself.)
So, I’m participating in Camp NaNoWriMo this month, and one of my fellow cabin mates, SioSavi, has done a couple of posts profiling all the cabin members. We have an incredibly active and supportive cabin, probably due in part to the fact that we’re all some form of bloggers/vloggers, so we’re used to talking about our process and sharing encouragement online.
If you’re interested in finding some cool people who blog and/or vlog about writing, check out this post and the next, and don’t forget to follow SioSavi herself, too!
P.S. As you’ll probably be able to tell by looking at the profile pictures, never mind te nursing-related stuff, yes “nursinggeek” is me. That’s become my handle across all the rest of my social media (Twitter, Tumblr, Instagram, and while I somehow messed up having it be my username, YouTube). Much more manageable than the busynurse* series I had going. (Started with “busynursebento” and “busynursewellness” on Blogger, became “busynurseresearch” on here.) If I can figure out how to switch that over here so they all match (without having to redo a mess of URLs), that will happen at some point.
Waddup Savi Crew!
Second week of Camp Nano and I’m happy to report that I’m still doing awesome; hitting my hourly count goals—life is good. At of the point of this blog post, I’m at Chapter 12 of my YA anime-inspired fantasy. Moreover, now I can focus on other projects since my middle grade fiction has grinded to a screeching halt. Stemming from beta feedback, it’s gonna involve MAJOR rewrites but I’ve completed the redrafted outline and I’m currently revising character arcs. Suffice it to say, this experience has been a learning curve. Nevertheless, that project is a no-go (at least, for the time being).
That Camp Nano update aside—as promised—I’m gonna highlight my awesome Authortuber cabin mates. Since there are SEVENTEEN of them, I will be splitting it up into two parts—eight this week and nine next week. If I featured seventeen people this week, WordPress would probably shut…
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