End of November, end of NaNoWriMo. I didn’t win this year, but I got a nice solid 30k written, so I’m pretty happy with that. Even better, my son did it with me this year and got just over 43k. My daughter did YWP for the first time, and wrote 257 words to start a story, too. So amazed at them both.
Tomorrow, December begins, and with it, the next year of my life. We’ll see if I manage to be any more organized and energetic this time around!
And the middle? Well, I’m roughly in the middle of Treachery of Doubt, and I’m going to keep working on it so everyone can follow Sabra et al. on further adventures.
So I’m grateful for words written, more to come, fresh starts, and most of all, wonderful children. What are you grateful for this last day of November?
Looks like some good things to be grateful for! Yay especially for wonderful children and writing projects to look forward to.
Thanks! Yes, definitely good things.
Wooo! Great job to you, and your son, AND your daughter! Yay, words! <3
Well, it helps to have awesome MLs! ? Thanks!
Sweet that you had such company on your NaNo journey and I think you all did a grand job. 30k is nothing to sneeze at. Here’s hoping the coming year will be just as productive or more :).
Thanks, Margaret. Yes, 30k is my most productive month in quite a while, so I’m happy.
Writing buddies! Cool. 🙂 Congratulations to all three of you!