In a span of 28 days, I’ve written 36,400 words for A Study In Magic, the Application. This translates to eight chapters, with an average chapter about 4,550 words. These include the hardest, most heartrending scenes I ever wrote. The werewolf activism chapter has nothing over these. I cried harder writing them, definitely. (more…)
As of today, I’ve managed to type 16,800 or so words, 8,000 of them for A Study In Magic. Not the 23,333 words I’m supposed to be at but close enough. I’ve churned 3,500 fully usable yesterday and 1,800 today. I call that a victory.
What about the other 8000 words? Half of them is the for the next story of Memory Chasers, my first original novel. The other half is self-indulgent garbage no one is evil enough to deserve. My interest veers from esoteric to downright geeky. I mean, just look at my November reading stack:
I’ve read somewhere November is the month all your writing friends fall into radio silence, occasionally broken by cryptic messages of wanting to die. I think I’ve added myself to that group without meaning to. In short: NaNoWriMo again! I’m using the time to finish up writing A Study in Magic Read more…