That is all.
I wrote 15,000 words today, to make 50,000 in the month of November.
Let’s not do that again, kay?
And now, off to bed.
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Much, much respect from me to you.
Way to go!
(I’m really crap at writing more than 1.000 words a day…)
… is the novel a “Who dunnit” ? LOL!
(Sorry it’s a cheesey joke but the title of your post just cried out for me to do it – honest!!)
You’re writing a novel?! Wow!!!!!! Wishing you all the best, how exciting! xxx
erm, well… technically I’m always writing a novel. Like, constantly, continually, since I was about 12. It’s, y’know, finishing them that’s the problem. The goal of NaNoWriMo is to inspire you to actually put pen to paper (or fingers to keyboard, as the case may be) and just churn out a sizable chunk of writing (good, bad, or ugly) in a reasonable time-frame. I find it very useful in this way, although obviously this year I didn’t do so well in keeping on task.
Now if I could just get the one from two years ago edited into a reasonable shape, might actually be able to consider myself a writer…
lady, you are on a coat bender and i wanted to give you mad props for finishing nanowrimo — I tried and failed last year(though I’ve got 80,000 words I’ve got to shape up somewhere). go, you!!
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