What Is the 85K90D Challenge and Why You Should Take Part?

What Is the 85K90D Challenge and Why You Should Take Part_

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.

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How’s Your NoWriMo Treating You?

It’s day 3 of my November Writing Month (NoWriMo). And I believe that I’ve fared better on day day 1 then I did day 2. With the kiddies unoccupied with video games, day 2 was non stop not leaving me alone to edit and format Can You Catch My Flow? for Smashwords.

Then I shared updates of my new ebook on my social media sites took a good chunk of time. I’m still behind two How Writers Write Fiction lessons which I have until Thursday to catch up. And I barely had time to write this post. There’s just so much to do that I’m contemplating if I should invite guest posts for the blog. Sigh.

As this is my second writing challenge (did NaNoWriMo last year) I think NaNoFiWriMo is a bit more challenging. By day 3, I’d written much more than I’ve done now. But still, tomorrow is another day and I’ll try my best to write, write and write.

For my fellow NoWriMo participants, how are you faring in the first week of your November writing challenge? Are you on schedule or do you feel that you’re behind? Are you on a writing high or low?