NANOWRIMO Diary 2020 – Day Three

Well, it’s day three of NANOWRIMO for me and I can honestly say that even though I write every single day, writing a set amount of words to make sure you will reach the quota is a lot more challenging than I expected. But I’m doing it and when I finally get into the flow, it gets relatively easy to keep writing. It’s just the stopping and starting and then finding that rhythm again that is throwing me off a bit.

How are you all doing with your challenges (if you’re doing it this this year?) Do let me know in the comments as I am keen to know how everyone is coping with their targets this year πŸ™‚

This is my first NANOWRIMO attempt and I am really excited to be finally doing this. The best part about it is that I am writing about characters I am very close to which makes this challenge all the more rewarding. But geez, it’s a challenge alright!

Anywho I will be publishing the next part of my current short story which I now have a title for! It is called Tales of the West Book I: Milly and we are now up to part 14! I deliberated over a title for this story for years. But I am happy with this one and it fits what I want to do with the story really well I think.

Thank you for reading and for liking my content – it is always and forever appreciated πŸ™‚

If you’d like to read my current short story, it’s right here.

If you’re interested in my other writing pursuits, you can visit my Star Wars and Creativity blog here, or if movies are your thing, you can check out our movie blog right here.

Thanks for your support!

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