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It’s Almost Time For Camp NaNoWriMo – April 2021 & NaPoWriMo 2021!

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At times it’s been hard for me to write, especially in the last year, including updating my blog, but there is good news ahead!

– I’m reading Shana Ronayne’s Writing through the Fog: Techniques for Outwittening Brain Fog and Reclamining Our Writing Lives.

– Camp NaNoWriMo’s April 2021 session and NaPoWriMo 2021 starts tomorrow, for me, Texas time. Once again, I’m blending both.

If you haven’t tuned in previously, during the month of April, there will be a poem a day (from me) on my blog. Inspired by NaPoWriMo prompts, or anything that inspires me in my life, and motivation by fellow poets and writers virtually.

With Camp NaNoWriMo, you can work on any writing projects (including novels, novellas, short stories, scripts, poems, & essays). As well as finish projects (including adding, revising, and editing). While there are some writing projects that I need to finish, I’ll be focusing on that track the most in the July session.

There’s so much I want to write, but I know I need to take my time. As someone that has a part-time job, I have to schedule time, but also take care of myself, so I can do what I need and want to do. I learned in the past year about brain fog. It’s not quite writer’s block, or procrastination. Your health (physical and mental) can lead to you to struggle with writing. So far in reading Shana’s book, I’ve learned about my own personal brain fog, and the steps to move forward.

It helps to remember that I have completed projects before, including completing the 30 poems in 30 days challenge. I hope you’ll continue to follow my writing journey, especially on the writing sessions ahead in 2021.

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Christina Vourcos

 

Self-Published Indie Author and Poet, Lymphoma Survivor, GreekLatina, M.A. 

 

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