[identity profile] waldenwriter.livejournal.com posting in [community profile] nanowrimo_lj
Sorry, been neglecting my word count posts on here...I did write but I just now got it all typed up.

The word counts for the 11th and 12th are iffy. I didn't mark clear spots in my handwritten manuscript as to where one day started and stopped on those days (usually I make a little mark between words or something so that I know). So I went by where I thought the changes were, usually indicated by a change in writing utensil (though not always). For the 13th through today the word counts are more definite because I was able to remember pretty well which writing was from what day.

Friday (1/11/13)'s Word Count: 534
Total Word Count: 7,103

Saturday (1/12/13)'s Word Count: 133
Total Word Count: 7,236

Sunday (1/13/13)'s Word Count: 456
Total Word Count: 7,692

Monday (1/14/13)'s Word Count: 566
Total Word Count: 8,258

Tuesday (1/15/13)'s Word Count: 38
Total Word Count: 8,296

Today (Wednesday 1/16) I didn't get anything written, even though I had the time. I tried to, but I just wasn't feeling it.

I'm 3,706 words behind where I should have been by today (Wednesday). With that plus the daily goal for tomorrow, I need to write 4,599 words to catch up. Hopefully I can make up for lost time tomorrow.
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