SHEWRIMO: SHE WRITES NOVEMBER WRITING CHALLENGE, NOVEMBER 4th

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 and my blog post.

Instant update: added 2162 words to "Requiem for the Hated", and total stands at 8,424. (I make myself do this first thing, so I don't get distracted...as much.)

I didn't know these day-by-day threads existed until I got my She-writes latest news email. I'm thinking more will come here now!!!

So ... made yesterdays goals to post on my blog and 1,000 words ... today's goal is to crit a MS for a friend I met at this year's Muse Conference  ... I'm at that place where I decide how to talk about the things that need work ... diplomacy, diplomacy ...

Oh yes, and a bonus, I pre-paid for Scrivener Windows version, which will go live on Monday ... I've been looking for a way to have all the elements I need to write on one screen rather than having to switch between files and pages and  ... and ... I'll stop now ... check out the deal you can get if you're doing Nano ... OK, I'll stop now! :)

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