SheWriMo: She Writes November Writing Challenge, NOVEMBER 1ST

Hi all!  My goal for today is to reread and edit the first two chapters of the novel I am working on, and then to write 500 words. (I have my writing group tonight so I will be reading and giving feedback on other writers work, which will cut my afternoon a little bit short.)  What's yours?

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Oh and I almost forgot:

I am going to edit two chapters of my novel and work on my book review for "The Lonely Polygamist."
I am going to edit two chapters of my own upcoming novella, read 40 pages in an edit job I have then write 1300 words for my NaNoWriMo project...I hope. LOL!
Good luck, Chynna!!
I am going to edit and send an essay to a literary magazine today.
I love that you are submitting today!  Good luck!

Hi Kamy, My goal for today is to complete a nonfiction chapter I began yesterday, incorporate it into a larger work and move on to the next chapter. 

 

That sounds doable??  Let us know how it goes!

I'm doing NaNoWriMo and want to hit the minimum 1667 a day... So far today I've done 1740.

Thanks so much Kamy!

Oh wow, you are ahead already. :)  Check out the video I just featured on the main page with Natalie Goldberg talking about NaNo, it's beautiful.
I love this! Natalie Goldberg is fabulous!

Howdy! I finished the three pages I promised myself I'd write in my novel this morning, and I'm hoping to finish another two when I return home from work tonight. Dinner's in the slow cooker so I have very few excuses.

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