This post is an updated archived post, originally published in February 2012. This month, Milli Thornton, who was listed with several links in the original post, contacted me to update her links.
I took the liberty to check all the older links in the post (some of which had changed, naturally), and append some more recent information as this refreshed post. Updated completely from 2 years ago.
Wordcount, baby. That’s what I’m talking about!
Continue reading “From the Archives: How to Do a Wordcount Enhancement Program [10K Day of Writing]”
10114 words, to be factual. Or maybe 10450 or something. My Scrivener (the windows version) software gives two different statistics for the project and session times. When I saw that, and the lesser figure was telling me I was a couple of hundred under my target, I went back to the writing, and wrote another scene. 10 scenes now, for 10K.
Continue reading “10K Done”
No, not the apocalypse, or at least a big meteor – those are being saved for December this year, apparently. I’m talking about my big one, tomorrow.
Continue reading “#ROW80 Checkin – The Big One is Coming”