The madness continues as Daniel struggles with what he should or should not do. For those of you paying attention, you know what’s next in Daniel’s schedule! If not, I hope you enjoy this wonderful surprise!
The holidays are over, and that means more time for writing! If you haven’t checked the blog out in a while, then surprise! I added a quick summary of the previous chapter to most of the Positivity Camp blogs. I’ve been thinking about doing it, but I’ve finally started working on it :) Hopefully that makes it easier to find where you left off, or just to help as a quick refresher each week. Just be careful not to fall too far behind or you may end up reading a few spoilers ;)
Hope everyone had an awesome New Year or at least an awesome break for the holidays! I’ve been busy with yet another installment of Positivity Camp. Hopefully this one is as thrilling as the rest as it explains a little more about the history of the camp…or should I say...purpose?
Another week, another Positivity Camp! I know some had said there wasn’t enough action, but I’m wondering if anyone feels that way still? Not that I was intending to add any action. I just thought a loose iguana would be hilarious! Dangerous, yes, but hilarious!
Oh, and if you ever encounter one, do avoid being bitten (not all that difficult to do, really. Just don’t try to touch them – at least not without proper guidance, and especially not when they are moody. Because, needless to say, their bites are quite nasty! (I’ve never been bitten, but a pet iguana named Nacho once bit my mom.)
Not sure if anyone even reads this intro or not, but here’s a fun fact about this week’s Positivity Camp segment! I wrote this a while ago :D Yup, that’s right! I had an annoying moment of inspiration, one that had me laughing for no discernable reason – luckily there was no one else around.
At that moment, I had a problem. I could pretend like the scene in my head was lame and I could move on to having a relaxing Saturday, or I could write a scene out of order lest it become lost forever. To my dismay, I chose to sit down and write it because I didn’t want to lose it. I mean, it wasn’t like I had all that many plans for my Saturday, but sitting down and writing was NOT on my list.
Ah, well. Somehow, I get the feeling that no one really cares about my Saturday woes, just so long as there’s a new Positivity Camp. Feeling the love guys, feeling the love.
Oh, and you who-shall-not-be-named-but-who-knows-who-they-are, I have a few more pre-written stories. The notebook you so sneakily took with a completed chapter has been hidden. Thank. You. Very. Much. That is all! Enjoy ^_^
I didn’t leave you guys on a cliffhanger, did I? Well, it’s only going to get worse from here! Because, let’s face it, this camp is all sorts of crazily messed up!
So…this is the day that I tell you all that I did not complete my goal for NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month). Sadly, that means that Positivity Camp has NOT – haha – been completed. The good news? If there is any >_> … I did write several chapters and have an ending in mind now :P So turn those frowns upside down! Because for the next 4 Fridays, you’ll have some new Positivity Camp tales coming out! Plus, with one more month of working on this…I just might finish it ;) Wish me luck!
It’s been a while, but NaNoWriMo is over and the first of many Positivity Camp chapters is up! Now who’s ready for more mischief at camp?
A new week, and a new story! It may not be Positivity Camp, but at least it’s complete! Would you believe me if I said I was trying to keep it short? No? Me neither >_>
So, life has been pretty hectic for me lately. Same ol’ same ol’, right? Well, it’s about to get even crazier! Today in fact! Not sure how many of you are aware that November is NaNoWriMo? (National Novel Writing Month) Yeah, I’ve been avoiding it ever since I heard of it. The idea is to write roughly 50,000 words in one month, and that means focus, focus, focus! Well, my crazy band of writers, from The Write People, decided we are going to band together and do this!
Good news moment? I’ve decided to use that focusing time to work on Positivity Camp. Some of you are probably dancing in your seats right now, but just so you know, I’m still going to space them out. :D Yes, I’m evil like that. Well, wish me luck! I’m going to need it O_O
This story goes out to our awesome neighborhood board member, Ed Kelker, who has been donating his time and painting everyone's mailboxes in the neighborhood! He’s been doing an awesome job! And he deserves some recognition, even if it is in the form of a strange Halloween story :D Also, this story is NOT based on real events, though it would be eerie if it were a prediction of sorts…
So, it’s October and that’s the BEST month of the year. Spiders are dying and leaves are changing! Beautiful. Simply beautiful. But it’s also the month of ghost stories, dressing up (Halloween), and also remembering and honoring the dead (Día de los Muertos).
This story, based on a true story, was something I came up with to help celebrate the season. Enjoy!