>Changing my technique

>Yesterday, I wasted so much time. I spent all day saying “I’m going to write tonight, and catch up.”

I didn’t. Come 10:00? I was -worn out-, completely. No energy to lift my hands to the keyboard, much less think. So I wound up writing only around 1200 words.

Today? I’ve decided I’m going to handwrite during the day, and type it up at night. It got me my 6 and 5k days the first couple of days… I’m going to do it again. And it’s working. Fewer distractions (hard to ignore that new email icon)

I’ve got five handwritten pages, college ruled, front and back. And it just feels so right to get ink on my hands, just like I used to. This has another added advantage… when it’s cold? The living room is much warmer than the kitchen, where the computer is… so my fingers aren’t as stiff.

I don’t know what my word count for the day will be, but it will be substantially better than yesterday’s.

The good thing is, I’ve just gotten to the scene where the antagonist captures my MC… and keeps her captive for a while. It’s going to mess with her head, and maybe crack her psyche a bit, as well as serve for the impetus to seek out the final confrontation.

Helloooo turning point.

IN official NaNoWriMo news? Official word count widgets have been released, so now you can see my progress!

That really crappy day you see on the third was when the site crashed, and almost no one got to input their word counts. You see the impressive day four? Yeah, that’s day 3 and 4 combined.

Click on the image to see my profile, excerpt, progress graph, etc. 🙂

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One response to “>Changing my technique

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