NaNoWriMo Conclusion

So, how did I do?

Well, I didn’t write 50,000 words.

A few days after my last update, I decided I was tired of feeling miserable and behind all the time.  So I changed my goal.  I set my goal at 35,000 words and for a few days I was well on track for that.

I even wrote more than 3000 words one day.  But as my depression has been creeping back into it, I’ve been struggling.  Writing only a hundred or so words a day.

But I successfully managed to write something at least every day, which for me is huge.

And although I didn’t meet 50,000 words or even 35,000 words.  I did get 30,088 words.  That is a very significant deal for me, so I’m still proud nonetheless.

Now I have a big bunch of stories to work on and edit and complete.  And I have a renewed interest in writing, and an intention to write a little something every day.

Maybe next year I can “win”.


About Colette Horsburgh

A 30-something creator/baker/writer/doodler/crafter living with several (but not enough) scatty animals.
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