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Monday, October 20, 2008

Training

     It just hit me that I've got 10 days left before NaNoWriMo commences. I'm working on the outline for this opus already, so I can hit the ground running, and I think my 1,000 words a day will go a long way to helping me deal with the writing, but I think I'm going to do a little training to get me used to the requisite 1,667 words a day for the month. I'm going to up my writing to 1,250 for the next five days, and the five after that I will shoot for 1,500. Hopefully this will get me going just enough that I can handle the extra strain without any problem.
     Also, I've realized that writing is much, much easier in the morning without any kind of distractions, so I'm going to try and make sure to get as much of my writing done as possible in the morning.
     I'll make a post before NaNoWriMo starts for the October wrap up and I'll create a revised writing word count that reflects the NaNo requirements.

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