Go, Renee, go! Have fun!
Welcome to the race then:) Come, join us in our insanity!
Well, I start this race late. Aren't you two projecting completion within a month?At that rate, in order to compete, I would need to write like 10 pages a day, non stop.hmm . . . I wonder.
I think I have decided one thing, though. I'm gonna ride this wave as far as it takes me.*grins* I get excited just talking about it.
Yay! I love that feeling. I'm so happy it's coming easily for you. You ride it, ride it hard. Me, probably a month, yeah, but I bet Kiersten's done in two weeks. I'm wussing out on my challenge due to possible burn out. I'm gonna take it at 1k a day like I planned. That should put me done before August.
Yeah, you might be right. I don't want to burn out, or worse, write a crappy story because I want to hurry up and finish.
Eh you can always clean it up later, get it out while it's hot.It's just that I'm so used to writing 1k a day now that it doesn't seem like much, but it is! I can't forget that.
For sure, 1k is great, especially when it is consistantly delivered. Back when I was writing through Tristan, I could go a few days before I reached 1k.
I wrote Tut incredibly slowly. Even my short stories took me a few months, because I would go long stretches without working on them.That's why I'm in insane-o mode with Flash. I'm worried if I stop I'll get out of the groove and leave it for a long time.But I'm also way more invested than I was in my other writing. I never used to sit there during other things and think about how long until I could write more.
Kiersten, I kind of fell the same way about Newy. I want to strike while the iron is hot, otherwise the story might lose something. Maybe it's just superstition.
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