I have decided to scale down my target NaNoWriMo number from 60,000 words to 50,000 words. It’s just more sustainable, and that’s supposed to be the number anyway. I think I’ll be able to hit it, too.
Special miracle. I spent a large part of the day cleaning and getting things put away from Halloween. Even 1147 words was tricky to schedule.
Today was my wedding anniversary. I didn’t too badly on wordcount, honestly.
574 words are pretty good, given how tired I am right now. Lonnnnng day.
Took me long enough. As I said before: kind of a messed-up day.
We continue! Read along on Patreon:
I pretty much plan to put my daily NaNoWriMo wordcount up on Patreon, as a treat to my Patrons. They deserve it. And, for as low as a mere $1 a month, you can deserve it, too. Short stories! Microfiction! Gaming material! This deal is insanely good.
And so it begins. Check the Patreon for more extensive updates.
“I know writers who use subtext and they’re all cowards.”
Seriously, I may put this up on the wall for next month.
…and now I’m asking myself, can I turn a fantasy Western about a revenant hunting down the man who killed him into an entire novel? …Which, when I put it that way, makes the answer sound fairly obvious. But will it be any good?
Maybe. Let me think about it. I’ll attach the story so people can give me their own opinions. I think it could sustain, although it’d be a somewhat terse novel.