Day Three – NaNoWriMo

November 3, 2011 by edotgdot

Off to a decent start after all. If I followed my minimum daily goal, I calculated that I needed 5,001 words by today, November 3, 2011. I am happy to report that I have surpassed my goal on just day three and the words are pouring out of me like water. But because I am basing my story on a real experience, the ideas are already there. The difficulty lies in trying to capture the essence of the story, or rather showing more and telling less. But I am reminding myself that this is only a draft and there are months and months to rewrite whatever I get down on the page in November. One step at a time…

 

NaNoWriMo Progress Report
November 3, 5:41pm
6,315 words 

 

 


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