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I had a successful writing session at Seed Coworking today. I wrote over 4,000 words. My word count is 47,248. Maybe I shouldn’t have extended the third test because now I’m not even close to finishing the scenes I have left. Oh well. I will continue this novel until I reach “El Fin.”
Sadly I only thought about my novel yesterday and didn’t write. I did have fun at the Write-In at Seed Coworking and boosted my word count. At the end of my writing session today, I have 40,921 words. It is strange to think that in less than 10,000 words, the first draft of this novel …
In my writing session this morning, my shipwrecked characters were either rescued or found the island. And in the process, one of my characters was blinded. My word count is now 36,186 words. I’m really looking forward to the Write-In tonight at Seed Coworking.
I haven’t taken “official” art classes since junior high, so I signed up for some illustration workshops. They will be taught by Merrill Rainey, and take place at Seed Coworking.
I will share my experiences with National Novel Writing Month and writing at Seed Coworking (25 S. St. Clair St., Toledo, Ohio) on Friday, August 2, at 11:30 a.m. Come enjoy free lunch from Caper’s Restaurant in Toledo.
I’ve blogged about writing for two years now. Check out the first post here. In the last year I’ve: traveled to Boston and Columbia, Missouri joined Seed Coworking made my first book studied charcoal and watercolor wrote two more drafts of Charlotte’s novel. made my first zine wrote more letters Pretty successful year.
It was fantastic to wake up at a normal hour, make myself breakfast, and go to Seed for a day of writing. I wrote in my journal and worked on short stories, editing one and starting drafts for two others. And for lunch? I had Tony Packo’s for the first time. And of course on …
I worked at Seed yesterday and finished the sketchbook I’ve been using for Charlotte’s novel. Now comes the typing. And revision. And art. I am so excited to take this draft to the next level.
I went to Seed Coworking and for two hours, I worked on my novel and talked to fellows. In the process, I wrote 20 entries of my novel, which beats my record of 11. Yesterday I finished a research book, and I walked away with even more ideas for entries. Looks like I’ll be able …