SheWriMo: She Writes November Writing Challenge, November 30th

What's your writing goal for today?  Share it here, and come back to tell us how you did!

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My goal is to write 1 hub today based on writing I did at my writer's group on Monday.  It is titled Rainy Day Frolics. :0)

I completed the 50,000 word goal of NaNoWriMo this year!  Now I'm in the 'tweaking' mode before submitting my 'Baby' to the world!  It is called Baby Road and chronicles a young girl's experiences during the 1930's as legal adoption and the black market baby trade share the same highways.  Next step, I will be entering the SheWrites Young Adult Novel Contest!  Exciting!

Congratulations on reaching your goal, Patricia! Best of luck with your manuscripts and contest.

I'll have to look into that Young Adult Novel Contest. My MS that I originally thought I'd expand via NaNoWriMo past the 3 chapters I have already written (and decided to place my energies elsewhere instead) may have a second chance after all!  Best of luck with your writing!

Congrats Patricia!

 

Sorry I forgot to report back. I have finished the first draft of Do What You Love! at 72 550 words and I'm happy with the results. I will now edit and add more research at certain places. I loved to write freely, I think it wil be easier to read.

 

Now I want to make the best book I can. I plan to self-publish it in spring during a major blog tour. If you want to stay in touch, would love a guest post on your blog or read the book, you can subscribe and get all the info on my site at http://www.behappyanddowhatyoulove.com/blog

 

I have two handwritten drafts of flash nonfiction. I want to get at least one into the computer today.

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