March was a interesting month. I started a new job, and didn’t blog as much as I usually do. I’ve been reading more books than writing recently, so there’s two books I finished this month, and I’m now on the third. We’ve still got a week left in March!

In April, I will be participating in my second Camp NaNoWriMo. I did it last year, kind of successfully. I did not realize at the time, that the idea I had them, was the main focus behind Novembers Writing Month.

This Camp season, I will be continuing my edits I did not do during the “what now” months after writing 16,000 words to my 2016 novel. I did win 206’s NaNoWriMo, I just wrote other stories and the like. Anyways, I will continue working on the novel that I enjoy thinking about (because science) aptly named “Tilt.” It’ll be fun picking up where I’ve left off, after resting in the winter!

If you want to add me NaNoWriMo, go for it! My username is danielleHMB. I’ve been doing National Novel Writing Month since 2013, but really didn’t start until 2015. Camp NaNoWriMo is fun for those Spring months where I’m just starting my gardening here at the house, and when you want to some light writing!


Today, I decided to become a Patreon creator, after a couple of months of debating with it. If you’ve ever heard of Patreon, it is a way to support artists of many varieties through monthly or project money contributions. My Patreon is set up for Monthly contributions, because it’ll be more worth your money that way than me doing per creation.

I’ll be writing short stories, poems, novel bits, etc. for Patreon’s. Eventually, I will be using my YouTube channel to record audio books, and yes- get my podcasting going! I’ll have my sports talk podcast, as well as just a regular podcast. I’m really excited about doing these projects and to interact with my readers, viewers, and listeners!

Want to support me on Patreon? Join here!Β I’ve got different ways that I plan on interacting with those who join. The money raise (because people ask these things) will go towards the product!

Time to start preparing for Camp NaNoWriMo and get those words written for the day!