Tonight has been the most difficult writing session thus far. After spending hours furiously swearing at an intermittent internet connection – and not being able to do most of the work I wanted to – I just didn’t have enough energy to give NaNo my all. I once again managed to surpass my daily word Read More …
Today’s writing segments have been a great success. Not only is the plot starting to take shape, but I managed to write 4390 words. That’s the most I’ve ever written for anything. It’s one of the few moments in my life where I’m quite proud of myself.
Today, I aimed to write a lot more, but only reached 2010 words. It’s double what I should be doing per day, but I feel as though I can do more. I’ll see what tomorrow holds.
Success! I’ve not only managed to write double my word count for today, but the chapter I wrote stayed mostly on course. Yes, there were slight deviations here and there but nothing that didn’t add more to the story, or I couldn’t steer back.
I’ve just finished my writing session but not by my choice. One of my characters betrayed the protagonist. This was not planned at all. I am actually sitting here dumbstruck and trying to find the words to describe what the hell just happened.
This evening I managed to write a good chunk of my Nano story. I daily word count aim is one thousand words, but I managed to surpass over one thousand seven hundred. Along the way, two new chapters appeared and my main character threatened to break a teenager’s arm. I didn’t know he was going Read More …
Firstly, due to internet issues, I couldn’t compose and post this last night. Yes, it’s a day late, but at least it was due to factors beyond my control for ones.
Skin‘s protagonist has been bouncing around in my head for years. In fact, he first showed up in my submission to Something Wicked, Angels: A Prelude. The character takes inspiration from several other characters, but I won’t go into that now.
Today, I’ve yet to lift a finger when it comes to writing. Not only am I behind on my Nano prep work, but also my reviews. There’s always tomorrow, right? Right.
Camp NaNoWriMo (Nano for short) is a spin-off of the popular Nano project, a yearly novel writing “competition”. The aim is to complete a fifty-thousand-word novel within the space of November of that year. Camp Nano is slightly different as it runs twice yearly and you can set your own word count. It’s sort of Read More …