Daily Writing Progress, Week Five: Tuesday
What? Less than a week between blog posts? Crazy!
I’m worried that our leaf-jumping days might be over. After a beautiful day yesterday — nearly 80 degrees — the forecast calls for up to six inches of snow tonight. Yesterday, we spent a huge chunk of the day picnicking and playing at the park in the gorgeous weather. I am so not ready for snow. If I ever win the lottery (or sell a million books – you’d think the chances of this would be slimmer, but since I don’t play the lottery, they’re slightly higher), I am going to spend an entire month every winter in Australia. Besides the fact that it’s summer there in January, there are some really awesome people in Australia I’d love to see again. 🙂
I finally finished the first draft of Simon’s wedding in Eirentheos. I’m not happy with it yet, but that’s what editing is for. After two weeks of struggling with the whole thing, I finally figured out where Quinn, Thomas, and William were trying to take me (or get me to take them), and I’m really pleased with the direction of the scene following. 🙂
How many words did I write yesterday? 1,318
Book Two progress so far? 31,318
Onward … this week’s goal is still to reach 40k!
Posted on October 25, 2011, in Daily Writing Progress, Dusk Gate Book Two, Word Count, Writing and tagged #amwriting, Australia, draft stages, how to write a novel, snow. Bookmark the permalink. 4 Comments.