NaNoWriMo in Review

Graph and text average per day 710, Goal 20,000, Total Words Written 21,287

So, I didn’t win NaNoWriMo last month, but that’s okay because winning was not my intention. Instead, I set out to revise 20,000 words of my work in progress and I succeeded!

Most of my writing happened on Saturdays because they were some of the only days I had time to write. I ended up skipping the second week on account of being incredibly busy, but wrote every other weekend.

The first seven thousand words or so were the slowest because they marked the words at the end of one draft and I find endings, especially endings in a work I’m revising, to be one of the hardest parts to write. When I switched to revising the beginning of my work in progress, my pace sped up immensely.

Bluejay feather quill pen.

Did you do NaNoWriMo last November? Did you try to write 50,000 words or did you have a different goal and rebel like me? Anyone else not write 50,000 words but feel successful anyway? 

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