Well, folks, there you have it
The end has arrived.
Not really though.
If you’re a serious writer, the last thing you should do is stop writing.
If you’re not, that’s okay. It’s fun – though very daunting.
For those who actually have time, writing 50,000 words is actually plausible. I generally can bust out 2,000 to 3,000 words in one sitting and in college it was about a page every half hour. (of
good, I mean, passable writing). Well, I’m way passed college, but still…
If I actually did that every day:
2500 x 30 – Thanksgiving Day and Black Friday, so 28 days, = 70,000 words
For the majority of us, who have laundry, dishes, laundry, dinner to cook, kids to cart all over the place, important faxes to send out, friends to catch up with, babies who seem to want to stay awake just when I’m about to sit down and write….writing every day is ridiculously hard.
Sorry, too much discussion. My count for this month was 33,000 or so. Not too bad 🙂 The main goal for me was to create a chronological outline. I sat down over the weekend and tried to write, and realized that now I’m to the point where I need to do research, so I’ve basically completed my goal.
Now I have my first three books to focus on. Goals or the next several months: get them edited and sent out somewhere…:)
How was YOUR NaNoWriMo? Do you even LIKE NaNoWriMo?
Let me know in the comments below, or on Facebook.
Cheers. Until next November
No, wait, don’t stay away that long.
I hope to hear from you soon. Happy reading.