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Finish a NaNoWriMo
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I revised the first 20 pages.
I did it. I finished my first draft. I'm hoping to finish my first revision by the end of December. I'm keeping a list of notes for new ideas to add and revision notes. Diane will read it after the holidays.
27,987 words. So I wrote 3000 more words this week. In writing the top ten and bottom ten of teaching, I can expand into 10 more stories, minimum. I should be able to write more this week. No kids, as far as I know.
24,643 words. 92 pages. So I wrote 2000 more words. I only wrote Monday through Wednesday because of Thanksgiving and Christmas decorating and laziness. I start again tomorrow.
22,625. Not a whole lot further, but I had the girls this week. I do not have them this week and I should be able to write Monday through Thursday. Have to get up early!
11/4 wrote for 1 1/2 hours

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National Novel Writing Month
National Novel Writing Month (also known as NaNoWriMo) is an annual creative writing project coordinated by the non-profit organization The Office of Letters and Light. Spanning the month of November, the project challenges participants to write 50,000 words of a new novel in one month. The project has been running since July 1999 by Chris Baty and started out with only 21 participants.
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