I have to get to 74,000 words by the time i go to bed, or i owe Ferrett ten bucks, which he will no doubt spend on exotic liqueurs.
I haven’t started writing yet and today’s scenes are looking particularly hard, so, uh, we’ll see…
I think i’m starting to go into the exhilarating and scary part of the novel where everything seems downhill from here.
On my break day, i plotted out all the scenes left (as far as i can tell) and i’ve come up with 25 scenes, probably a little bit less than 1000 words each. Which more or less fits what i planned. Breaking it down like that makes it seem less intimidating. Three or so scenes a day, i can do that.
Anyway, i wrote through four scenes and got my 3000 words. Thanks for playing, Rachel A, but the ten dollars stays home.
As a consolation prize, please accept the Greek Earth-Mother, Demeter!:
What evil does the Ferrett have in store to steal my $10? Tune in to find out! I have to get to 74,000 words before i go to bed tomorrow or i owe Ferrett ten bucks.
Today’s Contender: Rachel A
I have to get to 71,000 words by the time i go to bed, or i owe Rachel ten bucks.
My first not-so-bad day in awhile. Last night i outlined all the remaining scenes in the book, which helped me get my head around what to write today.
Sorry, Kevin, the ten dollars stays home.
As a consolation prize, i offer the best guitar ever:
Tomorrow: DAY OFF!
I have to get to 68,000 words by the time i go to bed tonight, or i owe Kevin ten bucks.
Kevin, like Dave, threatens to line my writing day with traps and pitfalls.
We’ll see, Kevin Kenan, we’ll. see.