Well, I have been writing in spurts in between forum posts. I am about halfway done with my hubs for Ft. Hood and one for Noah. I needed to put them aside and concentrate on my Nano stuff. For some reason I can work on one thing and then have an idea about another. I guess I am scatterbrained right now.
I am at 15,600 words I didn't feel like writing today and that worried me that I am behind, besides I left my two main characters in precarious situations! So I suppose I should go back tonight and get them out of it!
I've stalled at 10,000 words getting enrolled in school and the registration and hunting down old records has been killing me. This can be a chore. My mom passed and no one knows what her husband did with all the records she kept for the family, so long story short, I may have to get a whole new set of immunizations for mumps, measles, etc. YAY
Scott I feel for ya, I have to redo mine too. Plus the Hep test and innoculation fun stuff for sure. I did get the transcripts located but it is now my understanding that because they are so old I may be going in as a freshman instead of a transfer student. Oh the joy.
Anywho, looks like everyone is still plugging along and no need for the whip.
I'm starting this as a sharing place for all the writers from Hubpages who are doing the National Novel Writing Month -- 50,000 words in 30 days. For anyone who has any question, see the hub:National Novel Writing Month...
Hey guys, I'm looking for tips on success! As a first year contestant, I really am having a hard time keeping it together. I have a very detailed way of thinking and can't stop going back and checking for errors! LOL....