NaNoWriMo Day 21: I Had A Rough Day At Work

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I had the hardest day at work there is. I don’t know WHY but there has never been a busier day than the day before thanksgiving at work. It’s ROUGH.

Sooooo I came home and chilled out. I didn’t write much and I don’t regret that. It’s just A HARD day and I want to unwind not work hard on writing.

Tomorrow, I’ll kick it into high gear!

NaNoWriMo Day 20: I Decided To Go Rebel!

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So, I decided that since I’m actually working on two things, not just the main one, I’m going to count them both. I’m splitting my focus so why should I split my word count?

That is obviously not one day’s word count, but it is the adjustment to how much I’ve actually written in November. So, from now on, I will be including the combined totals of my November writing.

 

NaNoWriMo Day 18: Shift In Challenge

I didn’t take a screenshot because I essentially wrote about 80 words of my NaNo novel. However, I think I’m going to shift my challenge to that of “Rebel”.

I’m working on a side work at the same time and I know that’s stupid but when inspiration to continue something old hits I can’t ignore momentum.

Of that other work, I’ve written almost 10,000 words in November. I have check on the spot where I started writing this month.

I think I will combine the two word counts at the end because technically I am still going to write 50k words in a month. There’s nothing that days I HAVE to do a traditional NaNo project.

So, unless I hit 50k on the main story I will combine the total at the end of NaNo. Because I truly think split focus is why I’m so far behind.

NaNoWriMo Day 17: Did I Reach My Goal? No! Did I Do Good? YES!

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Sometimes you have to lower your expectations. I wrote nearly 2000 words today. Is it a personal best, no. But that’s still a LOT of words for about 3 hours of on-and-off writing. It’s something to be proud of. I’m still in the running I didn’t give up, I’m still fighting. That is the important part.

How are you guys doing? Still fighting? Even if you’re only at 5,000 words, KEEP WRITING! Words are Words!