Monday, March 14, 2011
106 days until the National Conference starts.
472 words a day will add up to 50,000 by June 28th.
944 words a day will give me 100,000 words by the Conference - for me that's two short contemporaries. Seems very doable, doesn't it?
And the fact that I'm not feeling the current manuscript? According to my writing pals, that's normal. They all say they hate their work at some point during the writing process. Well, that's a relief.
However, someone else told me if it were as hard as I found it, they would find something else to do. That took me back a step. I had to mull it over. Perhaps I wasn't cut out for this writing business, after all?
Then I listened to Nora from last year's RWA conference where she says "It's supposed to be hard. If it wasn't hard everyone would be doing it." Do you know what conclusion I drew from all of that?
In more productive news I designed a friend's website - and I LIKE it. LOL. Take a look www.michellehelliwell.com
So, do you hate your MS at any point during your writing process?