Numb for NaNoWriMo

November 14, 2010

I hadn’t noticed that the National Novel Writing Month website now has a nifty tool to track your progress. While it’s fantastic, it also reminds me I have lots more to do. For instance, I need to write 2,475 words a day to reach the total 50,000-word goal. Uh huh.

But onward! My Cambridge-based BFF with 12,273 words provides motivation. We keep each other accountable. After all, this is the most progress I’ve made since 2004 when I finished my vampire novel (before their popularity returned, naturally) because of NaNoWriMo.

As much as I’m committed, though, reality also intrudes. My (work) to-do list includes:

  • Transcribing and posting the interview I conducted with TM Forum President Martin Creaner.
  • Writing another Supper Club review for the Daytona Beach News-Journal
  • And last but not least, mailing the remainder of the plaques and the certificates. (I’m really sorry that they’re not all out yet, but please remember I’m only one person mailing out seven boxes of awards to newspapers (who all have a different preferences for shipping). The awards are coming. Promise! To expedite the service, please tell me a mailing address and let me know whether you have UPS or FedEx codes.
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