"If you're more determined than ever to hit 50K during NaNoWriMo 2015:tailor our Camp NaNoWriMo sessions. ScheduleApril's Camp session for world building, focusing on character sketches and setting. Then use July to writea strong outline for November 2015."
Sounds like a neat idea, although I'd change the goal to, 'if you're more determined than ever to finish a first draft you're proud of'
There was also stuff about using the camp NaNoWriMo sessions for editing. "For editing and research: One hour of active editing equals 1,000 words."
Who's up for an editing month in April? Or better yet, one with the Journey in February, where the goal is 28 hours of active editing?
tregina12000 wrote:What constitutes active editing please?
One hour of editing your material without looking at the Internet, or having a long conversation with family or friends. (Grunting, "I'm busy for another X minutes." is allowed.) It can be done in two 30 minute blocks, or four 15 minute blocks. Much smaller and you will spend too much time getting oriented to your story.
If you don't change ANYTHING in that hour, you're probably not doing active editing.