SheWriMo: She Writes November Writing Challenge, November 3rd

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

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NaNoWriMo 2000 words, blog post; did 2,174 NaNoWrimo on "Requiem for the Hated" ... still working on the blog post.
Not as far as I wanted today.  Life seemed to distract me more than I wanted.  Reached 734 :-/ Going for 2000 tomorrow - but hey this is my first year and I'm pretty proud of the 1500'ish I've written so far, since I didn't even get started last year.  So back at it.

Hi--I'm aiming for writing a blog post... my second one ever.  Take a look, if you like, and see what you think.  http://heidiwriting.wordpress.com/ (be kind ....  I'm new at this and at WordPress).  

 

I'm going to freewrite for a half hour or so about what is troubling me so about finishing Chapter 3 of my memoir.  I think I may have thought of something in the car today....righ before my accident.  Sigh.  Bedtime early tonight.  Tomorrow is another day.

My goal is to write 12 full pages of my new novella tonight. Only four to go!  =)
Update:

NaNoWriMo total is now up to 6,262. Blog post is written: http://backporchervations.blogspot.com/2011/11/wild-weekend-wanderi...

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