Nanowrimo day 23: The very, very long Portland trip in 0 words


Nanowrimo 2011Nov. 23, 2011
NaNoWriMo status and progress for writing a 50,000-word novel in one month:

  • Written today: 0 words
  • Total so far: 42,631 words
  • Remaining: 7,369 words

Holy crap.

It’s about 10:30 p.m., and we just returned from the longest Portland day trip of my life. Usually this trip is easy, but today being the day before Thanksgiving, plus add some rainy weather, there were tons of traffic and accident delays.

I’ve had NaNoWriMo on the brain, but no words to pen today. Will make up today’s shortfall tomorrow before turkey time, while corn pudding is in the oven.

Going to be a good time, both Thanksgiving and the writing. I’ve got a relationship to build and possibly tear asunder—in the story, that is, not real life. And then we’ll see…

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Author and copywriter Anthony St. Clair has specialized in online content since 2000, blogged since 2004 and is the author of the Rucksack Universe travel fantasy series.

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