I’m going to sit down for an hour, and start winging in my novel, up until my alarm goes. This will be good practice for NaNo, also I can calculate how many words I type in an hour by approximation.
I don’t want to tell anything about my current novel, out of fear that the concept gets stolen, and I write it for nothing. I can say it’s a fantasy book.
The book I will be writing for NaNoWriMo, I’m not sure if this is going to be a new book, or if I’m going to add the 50,000 count to this (my current) novel. Overall I’m looking for a fun experience in writing. 1 month ago
I’ve got a head full ideas, but those play ahead in next chapters. I need to fill the gap with story stuff, and details. Currently I just wing it whenever I write. But thing is, my behaviour tends to disregard the fact that I want to write, and I’m awfully procrastinating on this one. Only wrote 2.5 pages. ...[Derp]...
I used to be further than that, but I lost that copy when I reformatted my computer’s drive. That really set me back in having the motivation to write this novel. And on top of that, it’s the second time that happened.
Now I just keep the draft in the cloud on Google Drive. It saves me the head ache I get when I’d lose it a third time. The key is backing up every now and then. Be a good boy/girl, and back up your important stuff. Email, your thesis, or whatever needs back-up. 3 months ago
past half way 4 months ago
The manuscript has been submitted to the publishers. Cover has been chosen. Should be another 8-12 weeks until I have a physical product. Very helpful people at authorhouse.co.uk taking me through it all. 4 months ago
Thats how long this is taking. 5 months ago
Weekly goal was maybe a bit. Might get a first draft before but only half that of a novel word count… Still motivated!! 10 months ago
500 words a day or 3500 a week. First draft by 7th April. 10 months ago