National Novel Writing Month is over…
I think this month was one of the most productive and enjoyable months of my year. This is my third time participating in NaNoWriMo and as I said in my mid month check in I’ve visited the city of Oxford, attended many write-in events across London and overcome plot holes with fellow writers. I’ve beaten my highest word count in a day (having written 8251 words on November 17th), navigated my way through my first horror novel and met some like minded people. I think I have enjoyed this NaNoWriMo more than any other.
I reached my 50,000 word target on Friday 22nd November, eight days before the deadline. Draft zero of The White Waste ( or perhaps, The White Wasteland? I’m still undecided on the title) now exists on my laptop. One of my goals for 2020 is to work through both this manuscript, and the Manuscript for The Truth About Nicole which was my project in NaNoWriMo 2018 and Camp NaNoWriMo in April 2019 until they are edited.
If you have been cheering me along the way, thank you.