6 days 12100 words done and one pound of coffee brewed and consumed. Yes that included a lot of trips to the bathroom. I have also gone through two boxes of doughnuts, three packs of cookies and a bag of chips.
Hey I never said I ate healthy while writing at this pace. Now that your eyes are no longer staring at the imagined spot on the inside of your skull we can go on.
So far it has been a 10 to 16 hour a day effort. It will get harder before it gets easier. I know it and I expect it. There are plot line decisions coming up that I still do not have the answers for. I’m looking for them, so all will be well.
I will complete this. I refuse to fail.
Many of the writers have done prologues for their book. I just jumped in. I usually write the prologue after everything else is done. How can I keep you guessing to the end if I write the prologue first?
I know it has been said I’m a *&#@. No worries I got the message. The style works for me so I’ll keep using it. Some where along the line something will pop up that should have been explained before and wala prologue material.
I am not a heavy plan writer. I have the plot outline and the topic. From there I go with what strikes me at any given moment. That is how I wound up writing “A Banana in an Orange Grove.”
That is a story I hope no human ever sees. It is worse than garbage but I wrote it so I have to admit it. Not everything I write is worth reading. Same is likely true for most writers. I keep things like that around to remind myself that I can write even if I haven’t got a clue as to what I am writing. It may come out bad but it came out. Nothing solid about a writers block you can just punch through it.
I have, and I came up with an Oranana. I told you it was bad. I’ll wait till your done laughing.
So far so good with this story it moves fast and keeps me guessing. So I have to hope it will do the same for readers.
I will continue to NaNoWriMo till next time my friends.