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?
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.:
As you know, I’ve started the new year by taking part in a writing challenge. Usually I only do so in November for NaNoWriMo. And twice took part in July Camp NaNoWriMo. After the abysmal showing, mostly due to such bad luck. I started to think I’m cursed during that particular writing challenge that I’ll be giving it a wide berth for a while.
Anyways, for the first time ever, I’m a participant in the 85K90. A writing challenge where your goal is to write 85,000 words in 90 days. To meet goal, you’re giving a daily word count of 944 words a day. And for the 85K90 I’m writing the Foreseen series, a collection of four romances.
As January ends in two days this Wednesday, I’ll post the full results for IWSG Day next week Wednesday.
For now, here’s my progress and word count goal from January 1 to January 28, 2018.
Okay, I’ve been mulling over some things now that NaNoWriMo is over. One of which is whether I should sign up to take the 85K90D challenge.
What is the 85K90D challenge?
Well it’s the same as NaNoWriMo. But instead of writing 50,000 words in 30 days, you’re writing 85,000 words in 90 days. That’s a lot of words to write but you have three times the time frame to write it in.