Word Count: 365
Consecutive Daily Writing Count: 89
Magic Spreadsheet Points: 3,908
Been a while. Sorry about that. As you can see I’ve added two new metrics. Consecutive Daily Writing Count (CDWC) is how many days consecutively I’ve written at least two hundred and fifty words. It’s related to the Magic Spread Sheet I talked about last post. Which brings me to Magic Spreadsheet Points (MSP), which is how many points I’ve earned from the sheet. Like I Should Be Writing, the game is real but the points don’t matter, but I felt like reporting them anyway.
Today’s writing session has been relatively easy. I’m actually at writing group today for the first time in a few weeks. Sadly being able to write every day has lessened the value of going to a place to write with people but I was still looking forward to it all day. It is also good to connect with people who share a similar hobby at least.
One thing that has fallen to the wayside with the writing every day and not attending writing group is the Weird Words column. I apologize for that. It will likely make a return at some point but not this or next week, quiet likely.
Novel Word Count: 208,518 (+10,278) [Days: 28] [Avg. Wpd.: 367.07]
The end is in sight and it is amazing, and sucky at the same time. I’m so close to finishing and I’m still seeing problems and plot holes as I write out my outline. I’m following the outline closely, only deviating a little. At this point I’m only writing down inspiration notes which I think would make really good ideas but this story will require a significant rewrite.
Same old same old, I know.
A few characters have died and I have a better idea of how airship docks work in my world now, at least. Dead people is progress right?
Editing & Critiques
Currently not editing or critiquing anything.
Other (Non-Writing) Projects
Magic the Gathering Organizer
Nothing has been done on this front.
Video Board Game
I’ve been discussing it with some friends and ruminating in my head. I may do some writing on this after this post, actually.
Weird Words – Temporary unexpected Hiatus
Free Write – Hiatus. But keep an eye out for some one shots.
Station – Waiting to be edited.
Matrix – Hiatus.
Gerald – Waiting to be continued.
Reconfigure – Waiting to be turned into an actual short story.