10 minutes before midnight on November 28, 2015 I validated my novel to finish my third consecutive quest for 50,000 words in a month.
This year was my most stressful National Novel Writing Month yet. I had to balance my first quarter of college, my first job, and writing a high fantasy novel in one month. It makes me never want to do it again (jk).
I clocked in at 50,055 words but I’ll probably keep adding more throughout December. I made the mistake of quitting on this day last year when I won NaNoWriMo and not going back to the novel until July. Whoops. I need to keep writing while the plot is fresh in my mind.
Not having NaNoWriMo hanging over me means that I can gradually return to blogging! Yay for free time.
Congrats to all of the other winners.
I just finished day 8 of National Novel Writing Month and I’m exhausted. It’s been such a busy week with work and college, yet I was still able to write and meet today’s goal.
This year’s NaNoWriMo feels harder than usual, yet this is the first time I’ve ever had 13,000 words on the 8th (my previous day 8 total was 10,653). I just started writing Chapter Three: The Letter, which is a bit of a fun chapter to write. Chapter Two was hell because I wasn’t sure where I was going with it and it seems to childish and unnecessary, but Chapter Three rocks. Chapter Three has snow, mountains, tea bricks, and an attack on the outpost. What could be better?
Actually, I’ve only written up to the tea bricks, but there WILL be an attack.
I spent most of the weekend working on world-building. I developed the basics of the world religions and gave them all names. I also worked on the currency system in use by my world and I have started renaming things.
I’ll see if I have time for another update this week.
Until then, happy writing.
It’s day two of National Novel Writing Month. This is my third year participating and my third year working on the same novel. Each year I hit 50k words, but I have never written THE END. This time will be different, however, because I think I can finish it before NaNo 2016.
My first day of writing went well. I broke my first-day record for NaNoWriMo with 3821 words. Now it’s day two and I haven’t had time to write yet, but I will. So, I’m keeping this short and sweet for now. I’ll hopefully be back tomorrow with a much longer post about NaNoWriMo and my novel.
Until then, best wishes to you all.