Thinking about the $10 challenge, i realize that i should be clearer about what means i win and what means i give away ten smackaroos.
I realized i said i would write / edit / or rewrite, “3000 words a day.” But the novel is a finite thing and i don’t want to set myself up to where i run out of novel before getting to the last few people, and more importantly, i don’t want to penalize myself for writing more than 3000 words a day. 😛
So let’s say the goal is total wordcount by the end of the day, illustrated below.
K? K! Good? Good!
Saturday, May 16th: Dave Lerner – 20,000 words
Sunday, May 17th: Sean Markey – 23,000 words
Monday, May 18th: Amal El-Mohtar – 26,000 words
Tuesday, May 19th: AnarchicQ – 29,000 words
Wednesday, May 20th: John Burridge – 32,000 words
Thursday, May 21st: Chris Battey – 35,000 words
Friday, May 22nd: Ethan McCutchen and Nina Kiriki Hoffman (DOUBLE PAYOUT DAY!) – 38,000
Saturday, May 23rd: Beth Wodzinski – 41,000 words
Sunday, May 24th: Pati Nagle – 44,000 words
Monday, May 25th: Kishi – 47,000 words
Tuesday, May 26th: Emily Mangan – 50,000 words
Wednesday, May 27th: Loreen Heneghan – 53,000 words
Thursday, May 28th: Holly Arrow – 56,000 words
Friday, May 29th: Arashinomoui and Bruce Holland Rogers (DOUBLE PAYOUT DAY!) – 59,000 words
Saturday, May 30th: Merchimerch – 62,000 words
Sunday, May 31st: Dave Raines – 65,000 words
Monday, June 1st: Kevin Kenan – 68,000 words
Tuesday, June 2nd: Rachel A – 71,000 words
Wednesday, June 3rd: The Ferrett – 74,000 words
Thursday, June 4th: Diana Standish – 77,000 words
Friday, June 5th: Misa Arant and Jerry Oltion (DOUBLE PAYOUT DAY!) – 80,000 words
Saturday, June 6th: Lydia Rhoads – 83,000 words
Sunday, June 7th: Josh English – 86,000 words
Monday, June 8th: Teng Chek – 89,000 words
Tuesday, June 9th: J Peters – 92,000 words
Wednesday, June 10th: Valerie Polichar and Eugene Fischer (DOUBLE DAY!) – 95,000 words
Hmmm… guess i better not fall behind, this could get cumulative very quickly. Sheesh!