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30 Poems in 30 Days – Camp NaNoWriMo / NaPoWriMo

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Camp NaNo - April & July 2020

April & July 2019 Camp NaNo


There are many struggles in life, but for me, sometimes it's finding the words to place onto the page. Writing is away to create new worlds, explore, and experience so many different emotions. Also to tell stories that matter. With reading we learn not only to write, but certain stories and characters will change us through out our lives. A proud Greek Latina. I’m Christy from South Texas.

*Header Image of Clara Oswald (Jenna Coleman) from BBC America’s Doctor Who

Blog Tour 2015

April 2017

April Session

I haven’t written much lately creatively and also on this blog. So I’ve decided to join Camp NaNoWriMo and NaPoWriMo together. Normally NaNoWriMo is the challenge of writing a novel of 50,000 words in November. The camp version is more free about what project you do in April and July sessions. Since April is National Poetry Month, I thought it would be great to focus on poetry for this month. NaPoWriMo is the challenge to write 30 poems in 30 days in April. I thought it would give me more of a push to share my poems on here. So each poem will be shared each day or when I can this month. Feel free to share your thoughts and encouragement in the comments. Check out the next upcoming posts for my poems. Thank you.


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