nanowrimo day 13 – smooth sailing

Not much to report today.  Writing is proceeding apace, and I’ve just completed Chapter 6.  I added a bit of it to my WriMo profile excerpt thingy, because it didn’t seem completely stinky.  Both that and my word count from the past two days were surprising, because I managed to clock myself on the head with a ceramic bookend on Sunday.  It’s a long story, but it meant I was writing 2000 words a day even while K watched me to make sure I didn’t have a concussion.  Who knows, maybe it knocked out my Inner Critic instead.

Onward and forward!

NaNoWriMo day 13, 22,096 words

4 thoughts on “nanowrimo day 13 – smooth sailing

  1. By the way,

    Plus, I’m actually having to research and write a paper for the American Anthropological Association meetings this week, so I’m suddenly writing or preparing to write something like six hours a day. In addition to administrative and teaching stuff. Just trying to strike a balance somehow….

  2. “You did what?”

    Yes, well. It went kinda like this:

    C: “We don’t need to move stuff off the top of the dresser. We’re both here to move it and it’s just a short distance.”

    K: “Ummm, okay.”

    C: “Ow, my head!”

    And thus it was that Winnie-the-Pooh came to give me a goose egg. THE END.

  3. You should totally put that in your novel. It could be a variation of an Easter-type story.

    “Daddy, Daddy, why does Winnie-the-Pooh bring us goose eggs?”

    “Well, it started like this…”

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