I forgot. That's what I have to say about this blog. The other thing is, my intentions were good, but the execution just, wasn't. So last year around this time I was in the middle of bathroom renovations but decided to go ahead and plan for NaNoWriMo anyway. That lasted about 3 days. There was too much noise and too much drama going on to create my own. So I gave up. And this blog suffered for it.
A year later and I survived a kitchen renovation before deciding to embark on NaNoWriMo once again. It's day 16 and I am happy to report that I've managed to stay on track with the word count goal for each day aside from maybe one or two days where I had to play catch up.
I wish I could say the writing has been easy. It's been more of a slog. But the words get written and there's a story coming together that may eventually have a solid ending by day 30.
If you've been following my word count updates on my social media accounts, thank you. This new story is the finale of the Hell on Earth trilogy. Book 1 was written for NaNo 2014 and Book 2 was written for NaNo 2015. If you haven't read those they're available in PDF format on this site. Just remember, NaNoWriMo is about getting words out. The stories are not edited and have plot holes you can drive several trucks through. My ultimate goal is to write three 50,000 word books that can be edited down to one cohesive story.
Please feel free to contact me at any time if you have thoughts on how I can improve the story or for any reason at all. NaNoWriMo is also about honing your writing skills and feedback is a great way to do that.