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November 2020 Recap

There are thirty-two days remaining in the year. With November now finished and out of the way, it’s time to start looking at the very end of the year. It’s been an intense and unpredictable year, but there’s still a little time left.

For those who participated in NaNoWriMo, congratulations! Even if you didn’t reach fifty-thousand, you still took a chance and gave your story and work a chance. Hopefully you at least have a chunk of a story for a start.

This year I chose to focus on my incomplete projects. I hit fifty-thousand only a few days ago. In total I finished the rough drafts of a novel and two novellas. I’d been hoping to get more done, but overall I’m happy with where things are standing now—and I’ve finally moved those projects out of the continuously unfinished pile and into the much smaller pile of things that needs editing.

December starts tomorrow, and with it, the last stretch of the year. I’m planning on getting back into edits, starting with another fairy-tale novella. It’ll also be time to revisit my yearly goals and set new ones for next year.

I’d love to hear about your November. Let me know how it went in the comments!

4 thoughts on “November 2020 Recap”

  1. CONGRATULATIONS!! This is awesome news! I hope to hear more about the fairy tale story and how it goes with editing. When I edit, I have a chocolate bar nearby and plan to watch a comedy after to lift my spirits. Good luck and thanks for posting Nanowrimo update.

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    1. Thanks! I may have to take that comedy suggestion, my editing snack is usually something crunchy though oddly enough. I’ll definitely have some editing updates to share as well.

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  2. I finish NaNoWriMo with 51,000 words. It wasn’t the best experience this year. I can see how I might be able to turn it into something at some point in the future, I also managed to make 30 posts in 30 days. I rediscovered poetry along the way. Looking forward to 2021.

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