I owe a huge apology to my Cabin for Camp NanoWrimo. I started out strong, walking the path, struggling right along with them, and then I just blanked out. I could use the excuse of life and school, all of which does happen. It is a legitimate excuse.
And if it was just me, I could live with it, but as someone who was supposed to motivate the other campers into reaching their goal, I failed miserably. Like, worse than miserably. So, to them, I’m sorry. No excuses, no sorry but..just sorry. I wish I could have been a better Cabin Leader.
Still, it was a lot of fun to get to know you guys and I hope we’ll still be in contact, because you are all AMAZING and talented, and I will see all of your books in print one day. Of that I’m sure. Keep striving, keep writing, and never give up on your dreams–and next year I will leave the cabin leader awesomeness to someone much more awesome than myself.
Love you guys!