Posted by: dougery | November 6, 2010

NaNoWriMo: Day Six

After a long Saturday of plying fingers to keyboard I am caught up. I have finished Part I and begun Part II of my epic Locked-Room mystery/parody: “The Corpse That Wouldn’t Die.” I’m almost done with four chapters so the rest just writes itself, right? RIGHT!?

Guh.

Still, I am pleased to have written this far, come what may.

Day three: a paltry amount

Day four: even less

Day Five: not a doggone word

Day Six: something in the neighborhood of 5,500 words.

Grand Total: 10,083 words

(Pace if I were to write the average 1,667 a day required to complete this insane quest: 10,002)

Listening to: Sufjan Stevens Greetings From Michigan: The Great Lakes State

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  1. YAY! That is fantastic, man!


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