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NaNoWriMo ~ 2018

Discussion in 'Original Fiction Discussion' started by Sorrows, Oct 23, 2018.

  1. Lindsey

    Lindsey Headmaster

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    THE FINAL WEEK.

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    I am so close yet so far. I CAN DO IT.
     
  2. Silirt

    Silirt Seventh Year DLP Supporter

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    Yeah, I'd say you can do it. Good job sticking to the goal.
     
  3. Lindsey

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    I finished.

    Jokes on me though. I am traveling right now and on my work computer and I can't validate my words because it's blocked. Alas, at least I know I finished in my heart.
     
  4. Red

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    How have peoples writing habits been since the end of nano? I'm sad to say, my regularity has tapered off, but I'm working to reestablish the habit. >_>
     
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    Collinsworth Second Year

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    I didn't take part of NaNo, but from the time I began writing The Mysteries of Magic (November 15) to today, counting my submission to the Q4 Competition here, I think I've written some 60~70k-ish words. I am both amused and terrified because this set a high bar for me to reach during the next months.
     
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  6. Silirt

    Silirt Seventh Year DLP Supporter

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    I write 2k words a day during November, and 1k words a day the rest of the year. I would say it's been exactly as regular, but with a lower quantity every day. This is something I do to get better, so for me it's important to keep at it.
     
  7. Lindsey

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    I have barely written a word since November.

    I took the first week off as recovery period, as I needed it. I started to get back in the habit when I was let go from work. The depression and sheer terror has cut any desire I may have had for writing. I am going to try to start back after the holidays (before, if I have freetime).
     
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