Summer Camp 2022 Pledge
Plan for Success
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Shine On You
An ocean, desert, plain, pocket dimension, or other large expanse
Α religion or organisation connected to a natural phenomenon
Α species that survives in an unlikely place
Α vehicle or type of vehicle used for long journeys
Α settlement beside or in a great expanse
Α material only harvestable from nature
Α culture who lives by, near or within an ocean, desert or other expanse
Α food that marks a rite of passage for a culture in your world
A settlement that leads the known world in something
A military conflict resolved through excellent leadership
A building associated with governance, leadership or change
An organization associated with governance, leadership or change
A profession associated with leaders in your world
A title that commands respect from those in the know
A great leader of their people
A tradition or ceremony which confers an honor on someone
a settlement that was lost or discovered
an astonishing natural wonder
a recently discovered, or rediscovered, species
a lost or discovered artifact of significance or power
a technology lost, forgotten or shrouded in mystery
a lost or discovered monument
an Explorer, Researcher or other character motivated by discovery
a travel log or other document associated with discovery
A species considered monstrous by some.
A myth or urban legend about a "monster".
A tradition that keeps monsters or bad luck away.
A condition considered monstrous or "unlucky" by some.
An organization considered cruel or monstrous by some.
A person considered villainous or monstrous.
An artifact that embodies a hideous or monstrous idea.
Good luck with Summer Camp this year! I believe in you :D
Come visits Terraloga, the story of the fictional Romans on how they are going to rule the world.
Thank you may your ink always flow.
Wow, this page is so nicely consistent and I love the placeholders! I really hope you get Diamond with the hours you have to spend at work. God-speed!
Thank you so much. May you you ink ever flow and your words have weight!
"Avoid the CCS blackhole squirrel" I identify with this...a LOT.
Also the Look for Art squirrel, the "I can't finish this article until I create fifteen cross-connected Historical Entries" warren full of bunnies, the "okay now why does this sentence I just wrote feel very slightly off" chipmunk wearing a suspiciously primary-colored fake squirrel tail, and the unsteerable Full-Forward Marmot of the run-on sentence with too many dependent clauses.
"Write the whole first draft, write it badly, but write it all before coming back to do any edits," so many experienced authors have told me. I believe them. But I can't!
I am currently experimenting with allowing myself one hour of edits, no more than twice a week. How do you folks get yourself to respect your "avoid the" limits?
Oh this is great advise, I am going to try very hard to stay focused. Happy Summer Camping.
Thank you for reading. You know how some people wear sleep masks, I am going to try and wear CSS blinders while writing.
I totally understand that busy workweek... I used to anyway... so sending all the prayers, love, and hugs your way! Don't burn yourself out! God bless and much success with whatever you're able to do!
Thank you for reading and thank you so much for the well wishes, I am going to need them. Happy Summer Camping.