This round, I have a LOT on my plate with my debut novel looming just around the corner, so it’s not going to be too writing-centric.
The writing I do plan, however, will be heaviest in November for NaNoWriMo–whatever I plan to do to get those 50k words–lighter in October and December. Those months will mostly be prepping for November, editing (The PURE and my other manuscripts) and pre-publication duties. I will still write, but the tasks will be short–blog posts, short stories, that sort.
This round probably has the highest potential of any I’ve done so far of requiring tweaks along the way. No biggie though, right? That’s the nature of the ROWnd. 🙂
My goals are on my ROW80-4 page.
The Linky site lists other participants’ progress reports. Give them some encouragement too.
- NaNoWriMo Writing Tips – Your Blog Needs Love Too (epicwriter88.wordpress.com)
- NaNoWriMo: To Wait or Not to Wait? (susansheehey.wordpress.com)