Ah, the wiggly way has stopped meandering. GANI & SEAN takes a straighter path and quite unexpectedly at 52,952 words.
Last night I crossed the finish line, bloodied but not beaten. Presently, my word count is the least of my problems. My plot line is fighting back; time to re-group and take some time to read what I’ve written. I need to reflect on these people I’ve created – do any of them make any sense at all?
Most likely before I go to sleep tonight, I will have crossed the ‘finish line’ in Camp NaNoWriMo. My finish line is set at 50K in 30 days. As of right now, I’ve written 49,719 words toward GANI & SEAN, my novel.
The novel is not done, however. I have several challenging problems to solve before the closing sentence is written.
GANI & SEAN is approaching its conclusion, I believe. My characters have gathered together to attempt a seemingly impossible task. When they figure it out — i.e. how to accomplish it — the book will naturally conclude. Let’s hope the impossible task can be figured out!
Briefly got bogged down but — as usual — as I pushed through it and kept writing, the bog seemed to break up and move away, carried along by the force of moving waters. Just wrote my 46,206th word on my new novel-in-process, GANI & SEAN.
Yikes. GANI & SEAN is moving in a strong current, heading in a single direction under the control ( I hope ) of the major characters as they face — well, obstacles. I’ve just written my 43,506th word.
Just wrote my 41,002nd word on GANI & SEAN, my crime novel-in-process.