Wednesday, November 14, 2012

NaNoWriMo Week Two

Everyone says that Week Two is the hardest. The NaNoWriMo site even says that in Week Three you'll be singing and in Week Four you'll be saying hallelujah. Or something like that. I'm too tired after dragging out 2,000 words one by one all day to look it up. I quit at exactly 24,000.

It really is okay if it sucks, right?


  1. Well, Tracy, I hope so because my work is not making me happy, either. I wanted to write something on my blog today about this week but had no idea what to say. Nothing brilliant came to me except that I somehow made it through.
    If my paste will work, here's a pep talk in the archives from Holly Black that I found while procrastinating working on my own stinky draft. Maybe it will help.

    1. Thanks for the Holly Black pep talk--very useful, plus I now have added the word "engooden" to my voacbulary.

      And Michael Chabon (I think) reminds us that every word we write on our blog is a word we're not writing on our novel, so it's probably just as well that nothing brilliant came to you to blog about!