While enjoying day three of German Chocolate Cake Week, I read Tim Ward's post over at NAF and nearly put down my fork.
That stupid November NaNuNaNu thing is coming. Again. When writers around the world challenge themselves to write 50K new words.
That's almost 1700 words a day.
I did it easily with Star of Justice. I'm sure I did. By the final word count alone I wrote 1840 words a day, and I know I wrote more than that because I edited.
Elementals - not so much. I don't remember the start and end dates but I wasn't consumed by that tale. It took longer.
We come to Justice for All. Should I try? Am I setting myself up for failure or is this the push I need to get this baby out by the end of this year?
As I lick my fork, I consider buying some 3x5 note cards and trying to outline the rest of the book. At least put down some scene ideas to propel me forward when I stall out. I have a week to prepare. Maybe I can do something.
Of course, the best thing I can do is convince the world to leave me alone while I do it. With my typical writing speed, I'm looking at 4 hours of writing a day. That's an entire evening plus some for me.
Maybe. It might work. Even if I don't hit 50K, whatever I do hit is better than nothing.
I'll keep you posted.