It’s December, which means November is over, as is NaNoWriMo.
Logical Dreams was quiet in November as I was focusing on the madness that was NaNoWriMo. 50,000 words in 30 days is no small number.
But I did it. Even if I ended up falling sick along the way. It was a good experience. I found other writers in my area, learnt that writing ‘a little’ was much better than writing ‘nothing at all’ on busy days, and discovered parts about my characters that I hadn’t known about before the month began.
On the last day of NaNoWriMo, I remembered coming home, having already reached the word goal, and instead of pulling out my book (I wrote everything by hand for NaNoWriMo), I just stood, a little lost. The story was complete, what now?
Well, it’s new month, which means new goals. It’s time to switch gears from writing one continuous project where quantity is emphasized over quality to posting one short story a day where every word counts.
Do hang around and I hope you enjoy the stories.