It’s done. Oh my shit, it’s done. Camp. The book. All of it.
But believe me, the book did not want to end. I kept plugging and plugging and plugging, and the book got longer and longer and longer. It finally wrapped itself up at 94,500 words, and fifty-three chapters.
I sat for a day in disbelief that I’d finished it and rewarded myself with a few chapters of reading for pleasure.
Want to see me try and talk my way through the ending? Check out my Camp writing vlog below.
In my last four days of camp—because my week starts on Sunday, not Monday, fight me about it—I racked up close to five-thousand words and all of my remaining minutes. Actually, with the last day, I got an extra five hours in because I wouldn’t let myself plug in those last ten minutes until the book was done.
Okay, let’s be honest, I would have by midnight because I like checking off the box that says I’d complete something, but the prolonging of button-clicking gratification pushed me to find that ending.
So, here are my number so the week:
Minutes Completed: 585/480
Words Written: 4,989
Total Minutes Completed: 3,720/3,720
Total Words Written: 27,964/20,000
Final note: I WON!
It feels nice to win Camp NaNoWriMo again. It’s been a while. In fact, this year has reminded me just how important writing is to my life. And now that I’ve made it a focus, I’m certainly not letting go of it again if I can help it.
Well, I’ll be back next week with a project update and an editing vlog, where I dive back into INFERNO to take a full look at it. In the meantime, let me know how you celebrate when you finish a project in the comments below.