Aaaaand we're back for week two! I wasn't sure if I was going to have this post finished in time seeing as I had the freaking flu this whole week -_-
What projects are you working on in addition to Camp NaNo during April?
I have a whole host of other projects that I'll be working on. The Moon, plotting several other stories, Your Friend, and yeah :P
Give us some more info on these other projects - maybe a synopsis or an aesthetic.
What would life be like without the Moon?
A group of world-saving teenagers. A girl with nightmares. The Moon in danger.
should I come up with a better synopsis? Yes, yes I should but that's all you're getting.
As for your friend, it's a Regency story that is partly told in letters and then explained? Like, we'll have a letter and then kinda the stuff that was told in the letter will be written in the rest of the chapter? It makes more sense in my head.
Which project is grabbing at your attention the most? Why?
Um, out of all of them? The Moon, I forgot how much I loved these characters (coughJoannacoughcough) and the story does need some plotting and stuff but I really, really, really love it for some reason.
Do you have any plans for how you’re going to finish these projects on the side?
Wait, you plan things to finish them? Wow, I never knew that.
No, I do not have any plans on how in the world I am going to finish these projects.
If you had to set all projects aside and only work on one, which would it be?
...............Either The Moon or Your Friend
THAT'S AS CLOSE TO CHOOSING AS YOU'RE GOING TO GET ME
What is the next step for each of these projects (drafting, editing, aesthetic creation, beta reading, etc.?)
Share a snippet from these projects.
I'll just share a snippet from The Moon because it's the only one that I can actually share snippets of xD
In biology, Emilie felt someone poke her in the shoulder, startling her again, but not as bad as when Christopher scared her. She took a few steadying breaths before turning around. Jack looked at her with a sheepish grin on his face. Emilie smiled back.
“Hey, you,” she said playfully.
“Hey,” he replied, “Liking Championsville High so far?”
“Yeah. What’s the mascot again?”
“The Championsville Mockingbirds,” Jack imitated a movie announcer's voice, which made Emilie laugh.
“The mockingbird is the state bird of Mississippi, right?”
“Correct. Very creative.”
“Ha. You should hear my cousins’ name. My aunt has zero imagination.”
Jack laughed. “What do you mean?”
“Their names are,” Emilie tilted her head to the side as she recited the names, “Linny, Minny, Jimmy, and Kimmy.”
Jack gaped, which made Emilie laugh again. Then the teacher came in and Emilie whipped back around, still shaking a little from her laughter.
What’s your favorite thing about each of these other projects?
For Your Friend, I'm only working on the letters for now, and it's fun getting to see the story through the two MC's perspectives before writing it from a general perspective.
Do you have any non-writing goals to try to meet while doing Camo NaNo?
Mainly school, music, and college research stuff. Lot's of very, very, very fun things happening
Do these non-writing goals come before or after Camp according to importance?
They definitely come before. As much as I love writing and stuff, school, music, and college come before.
And that's the end of this week's questions! Be sure to join me next week on questions about yearly goals! In the meantime, check out some of the other posts of the other people doing this tag!
Julian @ Saver of Memories
Catherine @ Catherine's Rebelling Muse
Faith @ The Writer's Song
Sarah @ Pen of a Ready Writer
Nicole @ Legend of a Writer
Ariel @ Scribes and Archers
How is your Camp going? What are your current projects? How is your April going in general?