That’s right. I did it. At eleven this morning I validated my word count and officially won my very first National Novel Writing Month ever. I actually wish someone would ask me what I did this November just so I can say, “I wrote a novel. What did you do?” It feels great. Thanks for all of you who’ve been cheering me on. You all had a part in helping me get this far.
Tag: word counts
I must say, my NaNoWriMo has gotten off to a very slow start. As previously mentioned, last week I attended a workshop on Traumatic Incident Reduction (TIR for short, but more on that later), followed by a weekend at my dad’s, so in the first couple of days I only managed to squeeze out just shy of 400 words. Sunday and Monday were filled with family drama and I only got round to really writing yesterday. Even then it was slow going and I didn’t even meet my quota for one day.
When I updated my word count before bed last night the site informed me that at my current rate I’ll finish my 50k by 20 March next year. So far today I’ve managed to whittle that down to 4 March. I need to speed things up.
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