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NaNoWriMo 2016 Post #4

Yes, I 'finished' last week. And yes, I'm still writing like I've got to hit the word count. What can I say? Writers gonna write. As usual, continuing after 50,000 words is actually the easiest part. Of course it is. The world's just that kind. In answer to why I don't take a break after reaching the word count, it's because I can't. It's not just in November than I write every day until I finish. That's my writing style. I'll start a book and write every day until I reach the final full stop. Otherwise how can I be sure it'll ever get finished? On the plus side, I hit 70,000 words today, meaning I've written 70,000 words this month, which equates to 2,500 words a day. If that's not a super

NaNoWriMo 2016 Post #3

Week three, the enemy of all writers. I don't remember feeling it this hard for a few years, but this year hit me. Hard. Week three put me in a slump. Every day was a struggle. Every day I didn't want to write at all, not even a page. But every day I made myself because I'm a writer, and that's what we do. So I battled on, starting to hate this stupid book. But then something amazing happened. I reached 50,000 words. And then everything didn't seem so bad. I say it all the time, but I'm going to repeat it. The only thing that makes you a writer is writing. And the only way to get better is to write more. NaNoWriMo is the perfect opportunity to teach yourself this. Being a writer means writin

NaNoWriMo 2016 Post #2

I found week two so much easier than week one! Most days I stormed through my words, and on a few days, I decided to keep writing past my goal of 2,000 words a day. This was the week I fell in love with my story. And thank goodness for that! I had such a slog in week one, and I'm glad to be out the other side. Though I'm already fearing week three, I'm sure I can conquer it. In fact, this time next week, I want to be finished. Well, not finished, but have reached 50,000 words at least. I'm happy to report that I'm ahead of all my other NaNo novels at this point (except one which was finished by now!). It seems I usually reach 50,000 words around day 21-22, and I'd like to beat that this year

NaNoWriMo 2016 Post #1

Here we are Wrimos, NaNoWriMo 2016! I've been waiting for this for months, and it's finally here! However, I didn't get off to the start I imagined. I've wanted to start this book for what feels like a long time now, so I thought I'd write a load on day one. Unfortunately, that wasn't the case. Almost every word had to be forced out of me. At one point I stopped and said, "I'm supposed to be good at this." The good news is, as I stand now, I'm ahead of 3 of my past 5 NaNoWriMo counts at this point. The thing I learnt this week was to stop looking at other people's word counts. Some people are just superhuman. I am human. And that's okay. So today before writing, I stood at 14,254 w

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