It's that time of year again... 30 days of writing to reach a specified word-count goal. Camp NaNoWriMo is a more laid-back version of the main November NaNoWriMo event. Participants can choose their own goal in the Camp events, so they can make it as relaxing or challenging as they want. I've decided on an official goal of 15,000 words. That means producing 500 words/day to make my daily minimum, which is usually doable in less than an hour. That's more my speed these days since I'm doing it in longhand in a looseleaf notebook. I'll be chronicling my progress here throughout the next 30 days. If anyone else wants to take part, go to nanowrimo.org. If you already have an account, you can sign in and announce your project for the month. Be sure to link it to Camp NaNoWriMo April 2021 so you will get the relevant announcements and badges. If you don't have an account, you will need one to participate officially. Anyone taking part is welcome to post here - let us know how you're doing and if you would like to bounce ideas around or just need a pep talk (or can give one to someone else). If you're not participating but would like to talk about (Camp) NaNoWriMo, you're welcome to do that as well. Non-NaNoWriMo discussions should continue in Zkribbler's Watcha Writin'? thread, please. I'm already close to being finished for the day - it's nice not to be scrambling just before midnight.