I hadn’t even totaled up last week’s numbers until just now, but from my estimates, they appear to be… pretty good.
+1,236 words written.
Days writing: 5 out of 7.
Days revising: 6 out of 7 for 240 total minutes.
Daily Writing Goals Met (500+ words or 30 minutes of revisions): 6 out of 7 days.
Well, I wasn’t expecting it. So, what was happening over the Fourth of July week?
- Most of my revising has been on The American Nine. Nothing too heavy, just more of a casual read-thru right now,
- In something of a whim, I basically started a rough draft of what would basically be American Nine 2. I’m only a few hundred words into it right now, but it’s been so much fun. I can see now why authors can get into writing book after book about a main character, especially if that MC has plenty of possible stories.
- Progress on We Can Be You… has been slow at best. I think I have the idea behind the first book well and truly set up, but getting on with it has been a bit of a road block with me. I think it’s caused me to think long and hard about the motivations I have for the my lead characters and what their motivations are.
- I think going back and forth between writing projects has shown me I have to have main characters that I have a true burning interest in if I want a book to succeed.
Honestly, I think that about all I can think of for right now. I’ll try and be more creative with this journal next time if I can.