Just call me Slacker McSlackerson. While I'm doing really well with NaNoWriMo (I wrote 6,023 words yesterday just to play the catch up game and get back on track), I've failed miserably at my writing while standing goal. When I find my notebook I'll update how many hours I actually did but, well, it's not a lot.
I am really pleased with how my story is developing and pulling together in this last stretch of NaNo. I know I'm not alone in this, but I don't think that 50,000 will be the end mark for my novel. In past years at the end of November I've taken a break from writing but this year I'll continue on until my novel is finished. And then of course I'll take that much needed break.
Now, I know I'm getting ahead of myself, but in between making some deodorant, working on some orange essential oil, and helping my daughter to search for the garden fairy in the front garden I happened across this article. I'm still unsure of which route I'll take when it comes to publishing, but this seemed to have some great advice on editing for those self publishing.
How is everyone doing for this last week of NaNo? If you're not doing NaNo what have you been up to this November?