November is drawing to a close and another NaNoWriMo with it. Mine hasn’t been the all out marathon slog and final race to the finish as, once again, I’ve played by my own rules.
There’s one more day to go, but with that in mind, how have I done?
Not bad. Not bad at all.
- My target of 30,000 words won’t be smashed. But I’ll be close.
- Twenty chapters? I’ll be a chapter short. Not a problem.
- Have I enjoyed it. Certainly!
I have lots of flesh on the bones of my main plot and I’ve a couple of subplots bubbling away nicely. My characters have been chased up several trees and fires set under them. I still don’t know quite how it will end, but where would be the fun in that?
Now, like any good brew, I shall leave it to stand for a little time before launching into the second half of the book, which I hope to complete by next (southern hemisphere) spring. In the meantime, the novel I started last November, Song of the Sea Goddess, will be released in early January 2021.
November is a good month to start writing a novel.