NaNoWriMo is here again and I've let almost a week of potential writing greatness pass me by. I have two half-written novels and one partially-written (and poorly- illustrated) children's book to my credit after participating in this writing adventure for six years. I kinda like much of what I've written so far, but can't seem to actually finish anything.
Any way you slice it, whether it's the graph showing total words written:
or the graph showing words written and percentage of goal achieved:
or the calendar showing good and bad writing days:
it's simply not a pretty (or a productive) picture.
As much as I love the idea of NaNoWriMo, I haven't been brave enough to go for it the way I should. So here I am, putting up multiple views of my paltry progress, hoping that knowing that, maybe, somebody might be watching, I'll be more motivated to do the hard work of getting 'er done. Even though I'm almost a week behind, I'm confident that I can rock the word count this weekend and make some solid progress toward my goal for the month.
The next hurdle will be putting my words to the test of actual readers...gasp!
Antipodes - *Doctor, lawyer, Indian chief. Rich man, poor man, beggar man, thief.* You notice things. I spend an hour each morning on my bike. I ride quiet low...
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