I guess I’ve been away from this a while longer than I intended, judging by the hundreds of comments I had to delete when logging in to my blog. If you have left a comment in the last couple of months but it hasn’t been approved or replied to, I apologise, I may have been suffering from spam-blindness – although I think it’s more likely I was just suffering from spam. Please don’t let that stop you from commenting again.
Anyway, March is over, April has stopped pranking us and is getting on with the business of being a real month, bringing with it the spring session of Camp NaNoWriMo.
I have several projects bouncing around at various stages in planning, writing, or revising – none of which are making the progress I would like at the moment – and settling on something to be my Camp NaNo project proved to be an impossible task; so I didn’t. And, not for the first time, my goal for Camp NaNoWriMo this month will be simply to write, revise, plan or otherwise work on my writing career, such as it is. One of the ‘otherwise’ things was to start spring-cleaning my web presence to better suit my wider plans – hence logging in here and having to fight my way through that deluge of spam.
So Camp NaNoWriMo this month will consist of finishing a short story I’ve been playing around with, revising the forever delayed Ambivalence Chronicles, and planning an entry for the Writers of the Future contest. As well as messing about here, of course.
In the longer term, regular blogging may not fit in with all this other writing I want to do, but there will hopefully be occasional updates during April as these other projects advance.