Now that we’re in October, I can finally reveal the good news. This was supposed to be done last weekend, but I didn’t get the media assets until this week.
I’m excited to be part of Wattpad’s Creators Program.
In general, nothing big has changed. I’m writing whenever I get the chance. I’ve made some progress in preparing for National Novel Writing Month and writing my current novel on Wattpad.
I started my journey on Instagram. It’s a little slow, but I’ll post content for NaNoWriMo and my stories on Wattpad. I want to promote them, so maybe they’ll get considered/ get picked up by agencies. It’s a long shot, but I think it’s worth trying.
Life has taken priority of my time at the moment and, because of that, I’ve been absent for a few days. Too much is going on and I haven’t found a way to balance it all. I thought I had a schedule set up but that fell through. Most of everything that I thought would happen has fallen through and I’m still reeling from that.
I know that not everything is going to go exactly as planned, but it still doesn’t feel good. I’m not discouraged because I don’t have time to be discouraged. While it is tough to keep powering through with no results, I just have to keep doing it. I’ll have to change the way I approach things and try to get better results.
On the plus side, during all of this, I have continued to write and post on my wattpad page. The sequel to The Vampire Princes goes to High School is going well. Speaking of which, I have decided to finish writing the sequel of The Vampire Prince for Camp NaNoWriMo in April. This doesn’t give me too much time to plan, but I already have a vague idea of what the rest of the book is about. All I have to do is put it on paper. Writing is probably the only thing that keeps me sane. Plus, I enjoy doing it.
Since April is only about two weeks away, I’ll be writing a mini-series of sorts for preparing for Camp NaNoWriMo. There will be six to seven posts in total and, through the month of April, I’ll post updates and new things I discovered with my writing and how well my planning worked. I’ve come to find that each time I participate, I have switch it up and discover other ways of writing 50,000 words in 30 days.
Overall, I’m excited about it. So, stay tuned and thanks for reading.