Here’s the latest update on how much I’m writing this year.
As I posted this time last month, I had just finished a short novel. The rest of the first week of November was lost due to, well, events. But I started a new project the second week of the month.
The project was one I’d only got a few chapters into before stopping. As it happened, reading Gail Carriger’s The Heroine’s Journey got the project on track again. I tinkered with the plot, got to writing, and it ended up being a 62,000-word novel.
But I still lost a week. That means I got 231 pages written last month. I would have written 252 pages if I’d met my session goals.
I’m now at work on another project. I have two more outlined, and I might have an idea to pursue after those. With luck I’ll close out the year on a high note.
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