Bargaining with NaNoWriMo

It’s November. NaNoWriMo month. That’s National Novel Writing Month. It’s where … maybe go to their site. They explain it better. You write a book in a month. For those that do that 12 times a year, it’s okay. For the rest of us?

I’m days behind, but I’ll catch up. Year before last, I discovered I could write 6,000 words in one day. So … let’s see. 50,000 total words divided by 6,000 words a day equals (drum … no percussion section? Okay … flutes … flute) 8.333333333 days.

It’s November 12, so I could finish this in 5.83333333 days. That leaves the last week and a half of the month to get ready for Thanksgiving!

That works.

I’ll let you know how it really works out!

One thought on “Bargaining with NaNoWriMo

  1. It worked out fine when I released myself from the 50,000 words! I made it to 45,000 and that’s okay with me. Finding that I do better when I write each day and stay at around 2,000 each day. It’s fun to say I wrote 8,000 words in one day (that was my top day in 2014) but it’s hard on a person!

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