As you can see above, it wasn’t a victory. Well, not for the competition, anyway. It’s still quite an accomplishment from zero words.
I have a good outline. My characters are well-defined. I wrote daily but not with enough BIC (Butt in Chair) to make my daily word quota. Thus, I’m not far enough in for my tastes.
I’ll take a break from it for several days to finish other projects, then I’ll continue it. Some people backed it, and I promised to get it done for them, rewrites and all. I keep my promises. Beside, I want to see if it will sell well in the Amazon platform.
- 3 Things You Should NOT Do with Your NaNoWriMo Novel (changeitupediting.com)
- NaNoWriMo 2013 – on wining and what I learned from the experience. (elorenalory.wordpress.com)
- The Thirtieth: NaBloPoMo and NaNoWriMo (inspirationandwriting.wordpress.com)
Thanks for adding my blog post, and I’m sure you’ll win the next time. Even then, 18K isn’t less!