November 17 – Are we there yet?

November 18, 2011 by edotgdot

It’s not that I thought writing an almost-novel in merely a month was going to be an easy task, but week three has proven to be almost as difficult as week two. I haven’t met my daily goal of words and I am falling behind…and quickly. The 50,000 mark seems almost impossible at this point unless I make it to 30,000 words by the end of the weekend. It is the point in a race with no end in sight, too far to go back and too late too stop now; I have made it this far so must push forward. My inner three-year-old is whining, “Are we there yet?”

NaNoWriMo Progress Report
November 17, 9:27pm
18,595 words


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