It’s the final writing month part of 85K90. I’m no good with Math, but I tried to calculate the words written by month. And find out exactly the total words I’d have to commit to complete the challenge.
First I came up with a total of 39,176 words written from January to February. But my project tracker on 85K90 states my word count is at 42,227. If so, then the word count up to March 23 should be 48,244.
Now let’s see what, if any, progress I made in March.:
She asked for it and against my better judgement Keisha Anders is getting her own story. And who’s the man of the hour, the hero, her amour? Alejandro Vaga.
Welcome to the blog you two!
So Keisha how you’re doing? And please don’t tell me you’re upset about being paired up with your leading man.
Uh. Why would you say that?
When it comes to creating names it’s hit or miss for me. Sometimes I know right away what I want to name a character, a city, etc. But what happens when I don’t? Or can’t choose between two or more names?
For the latter, sometimes I ask you, my followers, through a poll? Like this one.:
Happy first Wednesday of the month. It’s the third IWSG blog hop of the year. And we’re doing what we do best. Coming together to show and give support to our fellow travelers on this writing journey. Thanks to creating this community and bringing us together goes to ninja extraordinaire Alex Cavanuagh.
Thanks also goes to the awesome co-hosts posting today: Mary Aalgaard, Bish Denham,Jennifer Hawes, Diane Burton, and Gwen Gardner!
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So what’s going on with me this month?