Today is known as “Halfway Day”, the day that we know to be halfway between November 1 and November 30. At this point, most of you are probably writing 25,000 words, even though I’m kind of past that point.
But last night, I don’t know what happened, but someone claimed that I have 41,575 words written for NaNoWriMo. Normally, that high word count would excite me, but I know that I really shouldn’t be at this point, not when I should be at 37,000 words. (I guess I better fix that right now before moving on.)
And I still haven’t gotten to the main part of the story.
Excuse me while I get this story sorted out.
My stories Cthulhu Returns and The Summer of Our Discontent are currently on hold, but Harry Moffer & the Dumbest Story Ever is available on Smashwords.com.
- 11 tips to “winning” NaNoWriMo (crissilangwell.com)
- Why Do I Hate NaNoWriMo? (FAQ) (chrisbrecheen.blogspot.com)
- Plotline Prep for Planners & Pantsers (erinemhatton.wordpress.com)
- Steady Now, Inner Critic (fulltimewritermom.com)
- Writing 101:Play with word count (sabethville.wordpress.com)