NANO Day Three, Stardate eleventybillion

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Greetings to fellow Nanoers and writers and friends.

Today is November 3, third day of National Novel Writing Month.

So far, so good.

I’ve hit the minimum 1667 plus a little bit each day.

For me, once I get to 1000 words, it’s not too  hard to push on to the 1667. It’s the stuff up to 1000 that weighs me down.

Fortunately, I like the material I’m working on, so that helps. It’s mostly by the seat of my pants with a good, general idea of where I’m heading with the story and characters.

I need to not burn dinner, so I’ll head for the kitchen in a moment. Sustenance is important. Keep those foods and beverages coming.

I’m drinking Shirley Temple cocktails today (orange juice, diet ginger ale, a splash of Granadine, ice cubes, maraschino cherries). Nothing’s too good for NaNo.

Rock on and write on.

And... they're off!

And… they’re off! (Photo credit: Melissa Maples)

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3 thoughts on “NANO Day Three, Stardate eleventybillion

  1. ooh…those Shirley Temples sound good…thanks for the ping…good luck with the writing!

  2. They are rather good.

  3. Pingback: Stardate: -310020.13332321396: I’ve Written 15,417 Words! « Morningside Drive

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