NaNoWriMo Day 30: Just In Time

Okay I was really beginning to doubt whether I could make it.  But I DID IT!  50,002 words.  I completed this year’s National Novel Writing Month successfully.  And let me tell you I think this might have been the hardest day of the whole month.  The feeling of not being sure whether I was going to finish or not was lingering over my head.  With all of the other characters that were beginning to tell me of what the next book in the series should be about I could hardly concentrate. 

Well as most of you writers out there, a novel consists of way more than 50,000 words so as you might imagine my novel is not actually finished so I still have the personal challenge of finishing this novel.  But that won’t be hard because I am so excited to finish and so excited to see where this book will end because I had an ending all planned out in my outline but as so much of this story has gone off the course of the outline, so to will my ending.  I have already seen the vision of the new ending in my head and by time I get to the end that might change as well.  Well I am going to bed now to rest my fingers and my mind so that I can come back to the keyboard tomorrow but this time I won’t have the added pressure.  Well I take that back because I have a new online Magazine to finish putting together for its release in January.  Goodnight all you writers out there.  I hope you were successful as well and if not, trying is half of the battle and it is better to have tried then to never have tried at all.  Until tomorrow! 

 

Jimmetta Carpenter

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  1. Congrats! To all your hard work!


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