I Wrote 27,995 Words in 3 Days

Thanks to NaNoWriMo for the push.

And a week-long Thanksgiving break for the time to think about my story.

A few days ago, I was not even at the halfway point of the traditional NaNoWriMo goal to write 50,000 words of a novel in 30 days.

But suddenly, ideas for the story started coming to me, mainly because I had a few days off to think about the story at length and in depth.

When I managed a 10K day on Sunday, November 28th, I thought to myself:

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I offer advice and insights on literature, writing, working from home, and related topics. I love popcorn, petrichor, and homemade chai. ko-fi.com/bonitajewel

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Bonita Jewel

Bonita Jewel

I offer advice and insights on literature, writing, working from home, and related topics. I love popcorn, petrichor, and homemade chai. ko-fi.com/bonitajewel

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