Day One of NaNoWriMo: 1600 words.

I know that it’s supposed to be 1633, or something like that?  But it’s the first day, and considering that I had to deal with day-after-Halloween sugar crashes, Date Night, and what was almost a child medical emergency, I think that 1,600 words is very credible. Hopefully I’ll be able to get an even better rhythm flowing as I go.

Guess we’ll see.

Moe Lane

PS: Alas, I suspect that other creative work will suffer this month.  Sorry about that: I’ll try to glean more stuff from my archives. But, again, I’m actually trying to write a novel, here.

One thought on “Day One of NaNoWriMo: 1600 words.”

  1. Beats me.
    I thought I’d give myself a headstart and use an old story I’d gotten about a dozen chapters in before vapor locking. Since I’d figured out why it wasn’t working, already had the characters established, and the plot laid out, I thought I’d be giving myself the best chance of success.
    I thought wrong. (The story needs to be told earnestly, and right now my mindset is stuck in cynical and sarcastic, with a dash of bitters.)
    So today, I’m starting over.
    (Fortunately, I’ve created a few RPG settings over the years that I can raid for material. So at least world building won’t be an issue.)

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