After week four, “Be a Movie Star” is 86,989 words. That’s fairly long, and I know it’s going to be a lot of work to revise this thing, but the first draft is not finished yet. There are twenty chapters so far, but I still have a long way to go. It feels like IContinue reading “Week Four”
At the end of week two, I had already written 50,000 words and had completed the first draft of “On Ice.” This week, I started a second novel, called “Be a Movie Star.” During the last seven days, I have written 47,426 of it. It’s going a lot faster than “On Ice,” which was scienceContinue reading “Week Three”
91,464 of 50,000 words written title: Be a Movie Star genre: some kind of family and relationships romance thing personal goal for the project: no violence, and only minor accidents I finished “On Ice” in fourteen days and am starting a second NaNoWriMo project. synopsis: Natasha loves her job, and when she meets Peter, whoContinue reading “Be a Movie Star”
Week one ended with the realization that my word count could only increase if I did some revising. I certianly wasn’t looking forward to it. I like to take the often-given writing advice to put your draft in a drawer for a few weeks or months, and then have a fresh manuscript to work with.Continue reading “Week Two”
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My site maintenanace went so fast, all the domain stuff seems to be working. The content updates aren’t yet complete, but there shouldn’t be any disruptions.
I’m figuring out some things with domains and my website content. My site will probably act weird for a few days, but the blog shouldn’t be affected. Please continue to visit my site during this time but it may not work as expected.