Camp NaNoWriMo started last night at midnight! This is done a little differently than the usual NaNoWriMo in the fall -- it seems to be more relaxed, for one thing, and doesn't seem to have any of the official kick-off parties and meetings and write-ins. Instead, you are assigned to a "cabin" with 3 to 5 other people, and you have a message board for communicating with one another. You also have separate novel pages for both June and August -- since there is a session of Camp NaNo going on each of those two months.
All 3 of my other camp members started writing last night, and they are each at least a thousand words into their novels. I'm doing things a little differently, as I mentioned in my blog post the other day -- I'll be revising November's novel this month, and writing its sequel in August. I haven't actually started working on revisions yet, though I plan to this evening when I meet up with my local NaNo group -- most of us have known one another for years, thanks to NaNo, and although our meeting isn't official, we've all been meeting each week since November!
Wish me luck!