Posted by: dougery | November 19, 2010

NaNoWriMo: Day Nineteen

Art by Cory Godbey

Oh man. Oh man oh man oh man. I wish I could tell you what I just did but that would ruin quite a bit of The Corpse That Refused to Die. Not that many of you, if any, will ever read this sterling opus, but still. Today I typed the climax, the point where my whodunit turns into a he/she/or itdunit, and a little of the fallout from the reveal. This isn’t the end, not quite, but suffice to say, it’s all downhill from here. I have three more chapters left in my head, one of them a backstory, the two others the culmination of two decidedly different character arcs.

Words written on Wednesday (Day 17): Nothing.

Words written on Thursday (Day 18): See above.

Words written today, Friday the 19th: 4,777.

Grand total: 32, 217.

New–Left to Go: 17,783.

And since I’m in such a good mood I will share a video that has never ceased to bring me joy. Ante up indeed.

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