Halfway! Wait…what… halfway was LAST week?

I’ll let the chart speak for itself. I’m still chasing the goal line, not quite reaching it. The plateau you see reflects that yesterday was a zero count day and I haven’t added much yet today. Day 20

About AmyBeth Inverness

A writer by birth, a redhead by choice.
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7 Responses to Halfway! Wait…what… halfway was LAST week?

  1. I haven’t even entered my results for at least a week … 🙂

  2. Good luck! You can still pull it off. 🙂 I’m hoping for some good writing time during Thanksgiving break, you know, when I’m trying not to burn the turkey…

  3. Eden Mabee says:

    After missing checking in so many days, I’ve given up on the NaNo chart. It just feels odd given that much of what I have written is hand written work…

    I look at your scores, AmyBeth, and I’m actually in awe. You’re so much more organized than I am.

  4. One of the few advantages to OCD is being well-organized lol! One of the downsides to being OCD is, when I’m not able to get properly organized, stuff falls apart.

    Last night I woke up in the wee hours because one of our pets did something horribly noisy and stinky. The bright side of that was that, since I couldn’t sleep, I added to my word count. Fingers crossed that I can touch that goal line by the end of the day!

    Then again… instead of crossing my fingers I’ll cross my toes. Hard to type with crossed fingers.

  5. Tia Bach says:

    You can still do it. And even if you didn’t, you wrote. It’s a win regardless! (I’m making the rounds quite late to cheer, so you may already have moved forward. Wishing you all the best!

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