It’s the final days of February. And like NaNoWriMo I’ve hit a snag mid this writing challenge. But managed to push on through. I’ll post the full results for February on IWSG Day next week Wednesday. So for now, here’s my progress and word count goal from January 1 to January 28, 2018.:
|1 996||2 951||3 963|
|4 1,275||5 690||6 1,008||7 103||8 557||9||10|
|11||12 1,389||13 283||14 1,138||15 1,135||16 119||17 810|
|18 0||19 0||20 1,085||21 1,165||22 752||23 414||24 1,144|
February 1 Google docs wanted to mess with me again. But still managed to write 996 words. Just had to get into my Gdocs through another system (virtual desktop). Also got into Constantine on the CWseed app that weekend. Yet managed to write a total of 3,189 words to complete “Foreseen 3: On the Mat.”
Started writing “Foreseen 1: Love Lines” Monday, February 5th. As always during a writing challenge, mid-week is where the struggle becomes real. With five weeks left in the challenge I’ll be using April to catch up.
For the weekend of February 9th to 11th, I actually didn’t type any words. That doesn’t mean I didn’t write anything. I went back to basics. Writing with pen and paper. Then had another Google doc error on the 15th. The entire document even greyed out. Scary. It fixed itself later that night. Plus I didn’t get home until after 11pm on the 16th because I went to see Black Panther! Not even Google docs going all error on me and only writing 119 words could get me down because…
I was also dealing with a procrastination fever during the Black Panther movie weekend. But at least it inspired a blog post.
Compared to January I had only two days where I wrote zero words. And eight days where I wrote below the word count goal of 944 words. I’m on my final chapter but here’s my total word count so far for Foreseen 1 “Love Lines”:
12, 842 words.
And my total 85K90 writing challenge word count.:
36, 233 words
So I have one more writing month left to write ~50k words. So the plan is to write 25k to 30k for March and April. Or write 1,111 words in 45 days and have the rest of April to let it marinate. Then begin the editing stage of the challenge in May and June.
Wish me luck!
Have you seen Black Panther yet? Have any reading, writing and or publishing shout outs to make? Are you still on plan with your resolutions?